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Galapagos Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book One: The Thing Was, Chapter 31-Chapter 32 Summary

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Book One: The Thing Was, Chapter 31-Chapter 32 Summary

The narrator comments on how much people talk in the twentieth century. His father talked in his sleep, and the narrator himself did the same in the Marines. People's brains went on and on. They also lied constantly, like James Wait or Siegfried von Kleist. Siegfried comes back to the bar. He does not tell Wait and Mary that he's beginning to lose his mind because of Huntington's chorea or that MacIntosh and Zenji have been shot. Instead, he tells Wait to get Selena MacIntosh and Hisako Hiroguchi and that he'll take them all to the airport. He gives Wait Mandarax, which he took from Zenji's body.

Siegfried, the four guests, Kazakh, and the six Kanka-bono girls pile into a bus meant for musicians and dancers. The girls will soon kill and eat Kazakh, the...

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