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Watermelon Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 26 to Chapter 30 Summary

Marian Keyes
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Chapter 26 to Chapter 30 Summary

In chapter twenty-six, James comes to meet Claire at her parents home. They are civil to one another and James gets to see Kate for the first time. He recoils uncomfortably when she won't stop crying in his arms. Claire gets down to business, asking James if he came with all the proper documentation to begin to settle their affairs. He, seeming confused and unprepared, says "no." Claire's surprised as this as he's usually efficient. She tells him to go back to his hotel and have documents faxed over from London, concerning the deed to their flat and such. This is so they can begin settling their affairs for divorce proceedings. James says he will. He leaves, but seems bewildered.

In chapter twenty-seven, Claire's sisters, and her mother, come downstairs to get the details of Claire's meeting with James. Claire's crying because James...

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