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Chapter 16, The Catalogue of the Universe Summary

When the phone rings at Angela's house, she excitedly answers it, expecting to hear Tycho's voice on the other end. Instead, she is greeted by a woman's voice asking, "Am I speaking to Angela May?" It is Roland's mother, "the other Angela." It is the second time this day that the elder Angela has called her granddaughter. The first time, Dido answered the phone and, although she gave her daughter the message, Angela had no inclination to return the woman's call. Angela May tells Angela Chase that she doubts she is really her grandmother, quickly adding that she doesn't really care now, anyway.

They begin to discuss Roland. The elder woman defends her son, saying that he "lives under a lot of pressure these days," but Angela refuses to believe that...

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