The Reader on the 6.27 - Chapters 11 - 14 Summary & Analysis

Didierlaurent, Jean-Paul
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Giuseppe was waiting for Guylain when he arrived for dinner with the new book. Glancing at the pristine shelf full of Gardens and Kitchen Gardens of Bygone Days, Guylain gave his friend the new copy and felt mingled joy and guilt at Giuseppe’s radiant smile. Giuseppe presented him with a glass of Dom Perignon. Then came the feast: melon and prosciutto, anchovy paste, and amaretti with homemade limoncello. Guylain had not enjoyed such a meal in a long time, and they chatted about all the world’s problems in a way which only those whose friendships have been forged under trauma can do. In Chapter 12, the next morning, Guylain struggled to wake at his early alarm and made his reluctant way to the station. Like most mornings, he greeted his neighbor, an old man who would also rise early to urge his...

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