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The Well of Loneliness - Book 3: Chapters 31-34 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3: Chapters 31-34 Summary

In chapter thirty-one, Brockett joins Stephen and Puddle a short time after their arrival in Paris and begins showing them around. Stephen becomes aware that many of the things Brockett is showing her has to do with her nature, with homosexuality. This embarrasses Stephen, who is used to hiding her true nature. However, Brockett also shows her the tourist version of Paris as well. Finally Brockett takes Stephen to meet Valerie Seymour, a rich Englishwoman living in Paris. Stephen dislikes Valerie, feeling as though she is being accepted not for who she is but for what she is. However, during this visit Stephen decides to make her home in Paris, causing Puddle to fear she has made this choice to be near those of her own kind, something Puddle fears will be a mistake.

In chapter thirty-two, Stephen buys a house on Rue...

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