A Discovery of Witches - Chapters 32-35 Summary & Analysis

Deborah Harkness
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In Chapter 32, Diana, Matthew, and Baldwin board the private jet to New York. When they land, Baldwin tells Diana he believes the Congregation might have allowed her to escape with some ulterior plan in mind. He urges her to decide what she needs to do, and to do it without waiting for the Congregation's next move. They arrive at the Bishop house and Diana notes that Sarah's car has bumper stickers, including “My other car is a broom” (408). Sarah and Emily are not in the house, giving Diana and Matthew time to enter alone. Diana says it is because the house, a living thing, “has been known to misbehave with new people” (410). She sees several dead relatives inside, and her grandmother comments that Matthew is handsome. The cat, named Tabitha, immediately accepts Matthew though it hates Diana.

In her bedroom, Diana makes Matthew...

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