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The Ancient Child - Book 2, Chapter 5, Even on the Verge of Madness There Are Times of Profound Lucidity Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 5, Even on the Verge of Madness There Are Times of Profound Lucidity Summary

The opening of Set's art showing in Paris occurs on a dark, rainy evening. As he and Jason take a taxi to the Columbes Gallery, they talk about how the rain might keep patrons away. Jason expresses concern while Set feels that Parisians will come out anyway, as they are accustomed to the weather. Because Jason's attitude irritates Set, he wishes that Lola were with them to lighten the strain and make the art showing more comfortable. However, she has to stay back in San Francisco because Bent suffered a mild stroke. An hour later the rain lifts and the Columbes Gallery becomes crowded.

Set enjoys Alais Sancerre very much in Paris, her home turf. While in New York City he...

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