The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo - “Disappointing Max Girard,” “Agreeable Robert Jamison” (p.322-388) Summary & Analysis

Taylor Jenkins Reid
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The tabloids report on Max and Evelyn's divorce, but his claims that she is a lesbian are dismissed as mere bitterness. Evelyn attempts to persuade Harry to move to Spain with her and Celia so he can still be in Connor's life. He proposes an alternate plan in which Celia marries the new man he is seeing (as she married John Braverman), and they all move back to Los Angeles.

Shortly thereafter, Evelyn drives to Harry's house in a taxi. As the driver tells her about his aspirations to be an actor, they pull up on the scene of an accident. A car has hit a tree, and Evelyn sees Harry in the driver's seat. The man in the passenger seat is dead, and the car reeks of alcohol. Evelyn and the taxi driver pull Harry into...

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