Winter - Book 2, Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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It is the present Christmas Day. Sophia is in her room. Art finds Iris making lunch, and she shoos him out of the kitchen. He discovers Lux in the barn, looking at the many strange packages. Art tells they are overstock from the collapse of Sophia’s chain of stores. Sophia now only has these and the house, which comes from his father’s money. Lux asks Art if Godfrey was a good man, and Art replies that he never really knew him. He had been famous for playing a flamboyant gay man on television and in pantomimes. Iris comes in as they are watching a video of Godfrey gallivanting on stage, crooning his catchphrase, “Don’t be like that!” (180). Iris says that he was a good man, and that his marriage to Sophia had silenced all of the gossip. She shows Art...

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