The Sense of an Ending - Chapter Two: the Third Meeting, Adrian Ford, and the Truth Summary & Analysis

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While Tony is on the train to the third meeting withVeronica he recalls a full memory of her dancing to his music in his room, seemingly having been trained in ballet. He arrives early but she is of course already there. He tells her that she remembered her dancing to which she gives a non-response. He asks her how her life has been going but she insists he start. He tells her his whole life and she pays for her food and leaves.

On the train ride home Tony remembers how attracted they had been to each other. Nothing much happened over the next week, besides Tony feeling guilt for feeling excited about Veronica again, as if he was still married to Margaret. He also remembers that Veronica had been with him the night of...

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