The Only Story - Pages 51 – 102 Summary & Analysis

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Paul began to visit the Macleods’ house somewhat regularly. No one was yet aware of Paul’s relationship with Susan, as Susan claimed that Paul merely drove her to places due to her worsening eyesight. Paul developed a general acquaintanceship with Gordon. Susan’s adult daughters were named Martha and Clara. The curmudgeonly Martha did not like Paul, even before the truth of Paul and Susan’s relationship had been revealed. One day, Susan gave Paul £500 as an emergency fund, should he ever need one. One day, Paul noticed a bruise on Susan’s arm, and Susan said that she must have bumped into something. Paul briefly digresses to clarify that his love for Susan was absolute, true, all-consuming, “incorruptible, proof against time and tarnish” (61). One day, Susan talked to Paul about Gordon’s deceased father, Jack. Susan and Jack became good friends, but...

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