Arkham Asylum - Section 3, pages 32-53 Summary & Analysis

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Section 3, pages 32-53 Summary

The story returns to Amadeus Arkham's journal. He quotes from the Book of Revelations, about Michael and the angels fighting the dragon. Arkham sees his drive to turn the house into something positive as a fight against his own demons, bringing light into darkness. Meanwhile, his daughter Harriet is having nightmares, which he attributes to her reading of Lewis Carol books. Arkham looks at Harriet's frightening red drawings and hopes everything will get better when he's finished with building the asylum. As he exits his daughter's room after putting her to sleep, he sees a stray joker from a deck of cards on the ground.

Back at Arkham Asylum, Ruth Adams is giving Batman a word association test. He relates the word "mother" to pearls from his mother's broken necklace and "handle" to a revolver. He relates "gun" to...

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