The Winds of War - Chapters 18 through 26 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 18 through 26 Summary

Warren, now engaged to Janice, visits Madeline. She is now living alone though her father would have been proud that she made the move because she considered her two female roommates to be "sluts." She has a tiny apartment and a boyfriend named Sewell Bozeman, known as Bozey. When Warren arrives, Madeline is in a robe and Bozey in an apron having been helping cook dinner. Warren later says that he is not sure whether he should force the issue and insist that Bozey marry Madeline, but Janice—reading the situation correctly—says there is nothing inappropriate going on between the two.

Byron arrives at Aaron's with little fanfare. He finds Natalie rather cold but says that he had wanted nothing more than to be with her, and so remains faithfully as if he were an obedient "dog with...

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