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The Nice and the Good - Chapter 37 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 37 Summary

Biranne is meeting with Ducane, who is sitting beside his fire at his house. Fivey is absent and Ducane wonders where he is. Ducane feels chilled, but the doctor had told them that Mingo had probably saved both his and Pierce's life. Telling Biranne to sit, Ducane asks him about Judy. Biranne responds that he dropped Judy as Ducane had told him to do. Ducane then asks if Biranne still loves his wife. Biranne tries to deflect and avoid the question, but he finally admits that he does and that he thinks about returning to her.

With Biranne puzzled, Ducane tells him that Paula still loves him. He has decided that he will keep quiet about Biranne's involvement in the Radeechy affair if Biranne will at least try to work things out with Paula. Biranne turns away as Ducane speaks,

"It isn't that I want to play...

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