Dalva - 'Michael', pg. 109 - 144 Summary & Analysis

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'Michael', pg. 109 - 144 Summary

The next section of the book changes to the viewpoint of Michael, Dalva's lover. Michael is woken at 6:00 am by Frieda, Dalva's housemaid. She explains that Dalva has said a large breakfast followed by a long walk outside is his routine. Michael notes Dalva is delayed by her uncle Paul, and that she seems never to be where she should be at any given time. He begins to examine the grounds as he thinks back to the day before. His first night was frightening, although he realized the family home was filled with antiques worth a fortune. As he journeys around the farm, he finds himself frightened by animals and amazed at the vastness of the landscape. He stops at a rock pile, and thinks of how unreachable Dalva is in her wealth. He also admits to himself he is not interested in...

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