At Swim-Two-Birds - Pages 149 – 183 Summary & Analysis

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While Orlick was in the bathroom, Furriskey, Shanahan, and Lamont took the opportunity to take over the story and impose more violence and suffering on Trellis. They agreed to put Trellis back where Orlick left him in the story before Orlick came back. The Pooka kicked Trellis and turned him into a rat. The Pooka performed some magic that took both he and Trellis back to the precise situation they were in before these events occurred. Orlick came back and resumed writing the story.

The Pooka and Trellis spent the night in the woods. The following morning, Furriskey, Shanahan, and Lamont arrived in the woods. The three men discussed various intellectual topics. The Pooka interrupted their conversation and informed them that Trellis was a fugitive from justice. The men announced that Trellis must be tried for his crimes. Trellis was unconscious throughout.

When Trellis...

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