Beatrice and Virgil - Part 4 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 75 – 101. As conversation between Henry and the taxidermist continues, Henry notices some posters that have been put up on the shop’s wall proclaiming Virgil to be a danger and a menace. The taxidermist explains that they are part of the play: specifically, that they will be projected as images onto the wall while Beatrice is describing Virgil. He then pulls out another scene from the play and, to Henry’s surprise, reads it out loud. The scene begins with Beatrice and Virgil separating in a search for food, and then continues with Beatrice, in response to the presence of the posters, tries to convince an unseen stranger that the posters are wrong, and that Virgil is a good and decent animal.

The taxidermist abruptly stops reading and asks Henry to describe Virgil. Henry realizes that this kind of description is the kind of...

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