The Woman Who Lost Her Soul - Book 3, Part 2, Chapters 24 - 31 Summary & Analysis

Bob Shacochis
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Chapter 25 – Dottie asks her father for permission to take the Sea Nymph out on her own regularly. After advising her to be careful about how much time she spends with Osman and what they do in that time, her father defines the rules for her taking the boat out. After he again leaves, Dottie begins several weeks of spending time with Osman. At the end of the summer, Dottie’s father takes her on what he calls a pilgrimage to some of the Middle East’s holiest sites, a visit interrupted at one point by a sexually-charged skinny dipping session, and at another point by her father’s attempts to explain what he does (i.e. work for the government and destroy Communism), and to recruit her into the work. However, he passes out drunkenly before he has a chance to...

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