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The Paris Wife: A Novel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 33 through 36 Summary

Paula McLain
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Chapters 33 through 36 Summary

Chapter 33

In Paris, Hadley spent a lot of time with Kitty, Pauline, and Jinny. Hadley felt a little uncomfortable around the stylish young women, but she liked and enjoyed them. Pauline had almost married but realized that she didn't love the man enough. Hadley told Pauline that she could probably have whatever she wanted. Hadley admired Pauline who was not only fashionable but was candid and sensible.

A week after Ernest returned, he finished the first draft of his novel. All their friends were represented by characters in the book but Hadley was surprised that she wasn't in it at all. Ernest said that the ideas came to him not the other way around. She had been in a down mood in Pamplona, where the story took place, and she had really been above the fray. Pauline was coming by a lot and encouraging Hadley...

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