Flush: A Biography - Chapter Six: The End Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Six: The End Summary and Analysis

Flush was growing old. The trauma of returning to London and the rough crossing had tired him out. It was noticed that he slept more and sought the shade rather than the sunlight. He'd dream about his early days in London and those most recent. Instead of lying on the stones by the fountain outside, he would seek the comfort of Mrs. Browning's bedroom carpet where his old bones were treated more gently. One day while dreaming he was deep in a jungle, he woke to quite a commotion. The table he had fallen asleep under was knocking and swaying.

It was common knowledge that spirits gathered under tables in London from the use of crystal balls that some saw fit to use to tell the future. It seemed as though Mrs. Browning had brought...

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