Tender is the Night Book One, Chapter Fourteen Summary
Nicole is too tired, but Rosemary, Dick, and the Norths go to an art exhibit. Rosemary feels better with Nicole gone; she’s scared of her.
The group has dinner on a houseboat and Rosemary drinks alcohol for the first time ever, champagne, and tells them it was her eighteenth birthday yesterday. Dick says that they will give her a dinner the next night.
Abe and Mary discuss their plans. Abe has to go back to America to work on music, and Mary has to go to Munich to work on her singing.
Abe teases Dick about not finishing his "scientific treatise," and Dick says he might just abandon the whole thing, shocking Mary. He politely refuses to discuss it.