Troubling Love - Chapter 17 - 18 Summary & Analysis

Elena Ferrante
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At the start of Chapter 17, Delia examined room 208, which reminded her of a filthy, cheap motel room. She called Uncle Filippo but he didn’t pick up. Then she looked through the plastic bag in which she had shoved all of Amalia’s belongings from her suitcase. She took out a satin bathrobe and a blue dress to change into. Delia went to the bathroom and found it was also disgusting, with hairs littering the shower floor. She rinsed the strands away the best she could and then took a shower. She felt proud that she did not feel rushed because she had nothing pressing in her life, except for her fixation with Amalia.

After her shower, Delia put on the robe from Amalia’s suitcase and felt beautiful for once. This feeling reminded Delia of when she would find one of the...

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