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Published by Cassell in London .
Written in English

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Passing: Part 1, Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis Next. Part 1, Chapter 2. Themes and Colors Key Irene and Clare clearly have a fraught relationship, as is evident from the book’s very first pages. Clare’s request to spend time with Irene and the black community feels intrusive and presumptuous to Irene. Though passing has not yet been. Passing study guide contains a biography of Nella Larsen, literature essays, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and : Nella Larsen. 13 rows  Nella Larsen's Passing Chapter Summary. Find summaries for every chapter, . Passing, Larsen’s second and final novel, deals with a topic that fascinated readers of the ’s, the calculated deception of white people by black people who decided, for social or economic.

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In Chapter Two, Irene thinks about the events of this encounter. It is a hot August day and Irene, who is visiting Chicago, goes to the Drayton, a fancy hotel, to have some tea and escape the heat. While having her tea, Irene notices a beautiful woman with dark eyes and ivory skin. “It’s funny about ‘passing.’ We disapprove of it and at the same time condone it. It excites our contempt and yet we rather admire it. We shy away from it with an odd kind of revulsion, but we protect it.” ― Nella Larsen, Passing.   Passing by Nella Larsen, Thadious M. Davis, , A. A. Knopf edition, Hardcover in English. Chapter One It was the last letter in Irene Redfield's little pile of morning mail. But the drawing-book, for which Ted had so gravely and insistently given her precise directions, had sent.