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Truth & Beauty: A Friendship - Chapter 9 and Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Ann Patchett
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Chapter 9 and Chapter 10 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 9, Lucy felt she didn't accomplish enough in Bunting. She felt hopeful about Provincetown. She had a book to finish with a deadline. Lucy hated the process of writing. Lucy could not write in Provincetown. She partied and looked for things to do. Lucy fell in love for the first time with a painter. They slept together a few times, but he just wanted to be friends. Lucy cried because she did not want to be alone anymore. By spring, Lucy was still upset over the painter and she had to leave Provincetown. Her book deadline had passed and Lucy was not close to finished. Lucy finished it at the last possible second and it was perfect. Meanwhile, Ann had to labor at her own writing.

Ann finally won the Bunting fellowship and moved to Boston...

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