Beatrice and Virgil - Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 55 – 75. One day, while Sarah is still pregnant, Henry takes Erasmus and makes his way to the return address on the envelope that contained the play and the Saint Julian story. After a long walk through the city and making his way through a commercial area, Henry and Erasmus arrive in a small, dark street where there is only one shop: Okapi Taxidermy, which has a stuffed okapi in the window. Henry realizes this is the place he is looking for, and goes in.

Henry sees that the front part of the shop is filled with a wide variety of stuffed animals; that the animals have been remarkably well preserved and effectively posed, and that there is no particular order, form, or grouping to define how the animals are arranged. His attention is particularly taken by a trio of tigers, their physical beauty and...

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