Foucault's Pendulum - Chapters 101-110 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 101-110 Summary

In this section the author finally moves the narrative to the point where it starts, explaining how Belbo ends up in Paris pursued by Diabolicals. At the beginning of the section, Diotallevi's condition is getting worse. He asks for a leave of absence and it is clear that he has some form of cancer. He starts a treatment regimen, but before he goes he tells Belbo and Casaubon to forget about the Plan. He tells them that it is bad for their health to keep investigating into the Plan, implying that Diotallevi believes the Plan is somewhat responsible for his own condition.

The next day, Casaubon meets Salon by chance in the street. They begin talking and move to Pilade's for a drink. Salon tells Casaubon that the Nazis are allied with the Turks and suggests that the Jews have nothing...

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