The Only Story - Pages 103 – 152 Summary & Analysis

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Susan used her money to buy herself and Paul a small, old house in London. Susan and Paul worked together to renovate and refurbish parts of the house. Paul decided to study to become a lawyer. Susan’s daughter Martha visited one day to express her disapproval for Paul and Susan’s relationship. Gordon, as expected, was angered by the relationship. Paul recalls the time when it first became evident that Gordon had become aware of Paul and Susan’s relationship. It was before Paul and Susan had moved away to London. Gordon angrily confronted Paul using the phrases “Whatski” (114) and “my fine and feathered friend” (114), both of which were phrases of endearment that Susan had often used when talking to Paul. Paul concluded that Gordon had likely overheard at least one private conversation between Paul and Susan. Paul then recalls an earlier incident...

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