Undine runs into Elmer Moffatt again. This time both of them are alone and are not reluctant to speak to one another. Moffatt mentions Undine’s divorce. Undine confides in him that the marriage was a mistake from the beginning; it should never have taken place. In the course of their conversation, Undine invites Moffatt to come to her apartment with her so they can talk in private.
Undine finds Moffatt as unattractive as she had in the past, but something makes her glad he is there. As they continue to talk, Undine makes a point of saying that she often suffers from loneliness....
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