I Remember Chantal
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This paper explains that there are people like summer acquaintances who are in our lives only for a moment but leave an indelible mark in our being: "Je me souviens" (I remember). Next, the author remembers her wonderful summer's adventure sightseeing and party crashing with Chantal, her teaching assistant turned friend, when the author was taking a French summer course at Montreal's McGill University. The paper reveals that the author lost this dear friend but she is doing something most of people would never imagine doing because Chantal was a member of the Soeurs du Bon-Pasteur contemplative nuns who was experiencing her last "summer out" before she takes her contemplative vows.
From the Paper:"Well going back to that awful and rude awakening by Chantal on that Sunday morning. I had to relent and I got up and readied myself for breakfast. After breakfast, we did not go to the nearby church where Chantal lived but went instead to the one on Rue Saint-Amable. It was the Coeur Immacule de Marie. Instead of going straight to the church, Chantal led me to the back where the church had the offices and residences. We entered through the kitchen and straight towards the dining room. There were nuns all over the place and they were greeting Chantal with the warmest hugs of them all."
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I Remember Chantal (2011, October 12) Retrieved July 14, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/narrative-essay/i-remember-chantal-148367/
"I Remember Chantal" 12 October 2011. Web. 14 July. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/narrative-essay/i-remember-chantal-148367/>