The Sea, the Sea - History 3, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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History 3, Part 1 Summary

Charles writes from the relative security and peace of his small flat in London of the events following his encounter with Fitch. He tells how Rosina drove him to London, and they had a polite, superficial chat, during which Charles was thinking of Hartley the whole time. He also tells of searching his flat for photographs of Hartley, which he describes in love-struck detail, and of discovering photographs of his severe mother, gentle father, enviable cousin James, and romantic Aunt Estelle and Uncle Abel. This last photograph he suddenly recalls having stolen from their home. He refers to how cluttered his London apartment is, and for his desire for male company, which leads him to a drunken, gluttonous evening with Peregrine.

As Charles tells it, Peregrine dominates the evening's conversation, talking at drunken length about his hatred for both his former...

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