The Paris Wife: A Novel - Chapters 29 through 32 Summary & Analysis

Paula McLain
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Chapters 29 through 32 Summary

Chapter 29

Ernest, Hadley, Bumby, and a nanny went on a ski trip in the Austrian Alps. They did a lot of skiing and Ernest was very attentive and romantic during their stay. Ernest wrote a little but was again worrying about his career despite some recent successes. Ernest was elated when he received a telegram during their trip. His book, "In Our Time," was going to be published. A contract laying out what his royalty take would be was being prepared. It was a huge turning point in Ernest's career. He would never again be unknown. His apprenticeship was over.

Chapter 30

Back in Paris, Ernest was seeing more of Duff and her fiance. Hadley was relieved to know she was engaged but sometimes that didn't mean very much. Kitty returned from London. Hadley was glad to see her but Ernest still disliked her. One day...

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