All Things Cease to Appear - Part 3: “Things Heard and Seen” & “Oh, Come Let Us Adore Him” Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth Brundage
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George and Catherine go to George’s parent's house in Connecticut for Thanksgiving. At dinner, the family is talking about how George used to idolize Henri, and Catherine feels “sorry that he’d grown up here with these awful, heartless people” (314). George’s mother describes “extraordinary little paintings” (314) that Henri made, and they exactly match the ones hanging in George’s office.

The next Monday morning, Catherine finds a book of Keats poems. George dismisses her questions about it, but she sees it is overdue. She takes it back to the library, but the librarian tells her George did not check the book out. Catherine learns Willis checked out the book, and the librarian tells Catherine where she can find her.

Catherine goes to Willis’ room at the inn, and finds it empty. She...

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