Autobiography of Red - Section 14 Summary & Analysis

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“Autobiography of Red: A Romance,” Part 10, pages 142 – 149. “Photographs: Like and Not Like”: The single sentence at the beginning of this section comments that a particular photograph was just like one in the old days – or perhaps not. Narration then describes how Geryon leaves his bedroom, goes outside, and sees Ancash in the garden of their hotel. Geryon goes to him and tries to start a conversation, but Ancash is silent. Geryon falls silent as well. Suddenly Ancash hits him and the two of them fight. In a pause, Ancash asks whether Geryon still loves Herakles (Geryon says no) and how it feels for Geryon to make love to Herakles now (Geryon says it feels degrading). Ancash heads for the hotel, saying he wants to see Geryon use his wings. Herakles comes out, excitedly announcing it’s time to go to the volcano. He stops...

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