The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake - Part Three: Nightfall, Chapters 29-34 Summary & Analysis

Aimee Bender
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Chapter 29, which begins Part Three: Nightfall, is a short chapter that is set around Rose and Lane as they are looking at a photo album. Rose does not recognize her picture in the album.

In Chapter 30, Rose details what happened with Joseph in the apartment. There had been little food in the refrigerator, and the bedroom window was open. When Rose involves the police, they ask if Joseph is suicidal. Next, she calls George. She asks George to meet her. Then, she calls her father and mother. She waits for George and her father at the phone booth.

In Chapter 31, Rose, Paul, and George meet at the apartment. Paul suggests they go get something to eat because Joseph has done this before. They go to a French café called La Lyonnaise to eat. They order and Rose tells them what...

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