The Rum Diary: The Long Lost Novel - Chapters 17-18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 17-18 Summary

The next morning Chenault shows up at Paul's apartment. Chenault seems to be in a state of shock, though she has no memory of what has happened, nor is there any physical evidence that she had been assaulted. Paul does not know what to do with her and decides to leave her in his apartment while he goes to work. That night they discuss St. Thomas, but Chenault cannot remember anything and does not want to talk about it. The next morning Chenault is more like her old self. After Chenault makes breakfast, she climbs into the shower and seduces Paul. Paul, who had been scheming ways to get Chenault back from Yeamon, decides to let her stay. Paul goes to Yeamon's, tells him about Chenault's return, and retrieves her things.

On Friday, Lotterman is back from his latest fundraising trip...

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