The Sense of an Ending - Chapter Two: the Meeting, the Letter, the Second Meeting Summary & Analysis

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Tony and Margaret meet at the Wobbly Bridge, named so for its now resolved faulty construction. They discuss the fact that Tony is not an alcoholic. He almost has nostalgia for their relationship. Veronica looks a little disheveled, but it may be on purpose. He asks for Adrian's diary and she tells him she burnt it, with the excuse that people shouldn't read other people's diaries. She gives Tony an envelope and leaves. He makes the connection of blood money to Adrian, and modifies Margaret's theory of straight forward vs. mysterious, as Tony had had both and enjoyed both types of women.

Tony waits a day and a half to open the letter, still confused as to why she had wanted a meeting, coming to the conclusion that she had agreed to it so the fact...

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