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Water for Elephants - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

Sara Gruen
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Chapter 18 Summary

When Marlena leads Rosie out of the big top, Jacob is waiting for them. Marlena asks Jacob to take Rosie to Marlena's tent, where she has a surprise waiting for him and August. Jacob has a couple workmen help him secure Rosie in the tent before he rushes off to change. When Jacob returns, he finds Marlena has changed into a nice dress and is putting the final touches on a fancy dinner. When August walks in, they both call surprise and open a bottle of champagne. August takes one look at the scene and immediately accuses Jacob and Marlena of being in the middle of a romantic tryst. The more Marlena denies this accusation, the angrier August becomes. When August pushes Marlena, Jacob cannot stand by anymore. Jacob attacks August and the two wrestle on the ground until a couple of workmen appear and separate them...

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