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Watermelon Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 to Chapter 10 Summary

Marian Keyes
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Chapter 6 to Chapter 10 Summary

In chapter six, as Claire settles in at her parent's home, she becomes lethargic. She does not want to go out anywhere, not even into town for anything for her baby. Her mother takes care of those errands for her. She has also lost her appetite. Claire continues to miss her husband, James, dearly. At night, she still gets the urge to call him, but during the day, she doesn't. Claire now feels great humiliation over her situation. She wonders if everyone knew that her husband was having an affair all along, that she was the only one in the dark. Did everyone pity her, not wanting to tell her because she was pregnant? Claire is also experiencing jealousy. She can't bear the thought of her husband desiring another woman. Her head fills with pictures of what her husband and Denise are like...

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