Getting Used to Not Being Remarkable
Martin is intoxicated by the extremism of decadent French literature. Clare is intoxicated by the demonic lustre of the young man. Over the years, Martin loses his lustre through marriage and child-rearing, while Clare grows in maturity and confidence and eventually takes on a young lover.
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