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The Paris Wife: A Novel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 45 through 47 and Epilogue Summary

Paula McLain
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Chapters 45 through 47 and Epilogue Summary

Chapter 47

Finally resolved that her marriage was over for good, Hadley and Bumby sailed for the States in the spring of 1927. They toured across America, from east coast to west coast. Along the way, she heard that Ernest and Pauline had married in Paris. On the beach in California, Hadley and Bumby made a paper boat out of Ernest's last letter and let it sail out into the ocean.

Epilogue

Ernest went on to have two children with Pauline then leave her for another and leave that one for another. He was the world's most esteemed writer for many generations. Yet, a sadness remained in him. Hadley married Paul Mowrer, a journalist she knew. It was a successful union lasting forty years. Ernest called Hadley when he was with his fourth wife. He told her that he was writing his memoirs...

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