1. What happens when Robert and Edna sit down to eat dinner?
2. Why does Celestine spend time talking to Robert?
3. Why does Robert go out during dinner?
4. Why is Robert looking to leave when he says perhaps he shouldn’t have come back?
5. What does Robert say in response to Edna’s remembrance of all the time they spent together at Grand Isle?
6. Why does Edna pick up Robert’s tobacco pouch?
7. How does Alcee’s appearance affect the evening?
8. Why does Edna send Alcee away to mail a...
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