The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo - "Goddamn Don Adler," "Gullible Mick Riva" (p.123-194) Summary & Analysis

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Evelyn pauses the narrative to suggest they get dinner, and Monique once again asks Evelyn who the love of her life was, as she is beginning to suspect the answer. Evelyn responds that it was Celia St. James. Monique asks if Evelyn is coming out as a gay woman, and Evelyn states that she is bisexual. Being biracial, Monique can understand Evelyn's need to make this distinction.

Evelyn returns to the story. Ruby Reilly exits the laundry room, and Celia enters shortly thereafter. Evelyn asks if Celia is a lesbian, and Celia asks if Evelyn is going to stop being her friend if she is. Evelyn responds that she would never do that, and then kisses Celia. Celia panics and exits the laundry room. Evelyn follows and finds Don, putting his clothes back in order after obviously...

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