On substance, Trump has always said he wants to get along with Putin. That’s reasonable, and actually easy. You just do what Putin wants. So the questions are: What might Putin offers as part of a “deal,” what might he ask for in exchange, and would Trump find that tempting enough to do anything. The obvious card Putin could play would be to offer something on the Islamic State and Syria. But what would he demand in return? Lifting Ukraine-related sanctions? Pulling troops out of the Baltic states — Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania? And would Trump take the bait? Neither leader has an incentive to make a major concession right now, so instead of a diplomatic breakthrough, expect an announcement for follow-up talks by specially designated presidential envoys.
However, "Roman Fever" is concurrently a symbol of sexual longing. Mrs. Ansley's doctor suspected she was infected the night after she went out to meet Delphin. While she was not actually sick, she was pregnant with Delphin's love child. In the present, however, Mrs. Ansley and Mrs. Slade muse that Roman Fever is no longer a threat, so Barbara and Jenny have nothing to fear as they enjoy the sights and sounds of Rome. They are free to run about as they please and, as Mortimer writes, “are neither hampered by propriety nor troubled by romance. It is the mothers’ generation alone for whom the double structure of hiding exists.”