This Is Pleasure - Part 5 (Sections 18 - 22) Summary & Analysis

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Quin wanted to write a public statement once the lawsuit was resolved, but he could not figure out what to say. Margot’s husband, Todd, said that Quin should start with an apology, but Quin did not want to apologize for being himself. Margot suggested that he say he did not understand why these women would say such horrible things about him when they had acted like his friends and accepted his favors. Quin said he did understand. They were his friends, and he knew they were angry about the political situation, and, because they could not strike at the king, “they go for the jester” (35).

Margot was confused about her own feelings. She thought the women were terrible for crushing Quin’s life. Margot had told him no, and she thought they should have said no, too. Even though there was...

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