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Hopscotch - Book 1, From the Other Side: Chapters 124, 128, 24, 134, 25, 141, 60, 26, 109, 27 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, From the Other Side: Chapters 124, 128, 24, 134, 25, 141, 60, 26, 109, 27 Summary

In Chapter 124, Horacio tells us that Morelli, disgusted by the contrived and predictable plots of modern novels, writes stories whose characters take no action. Chapter 128 is a French quote from Antonin Artaud. In Chapter 24, Ossip is in La Maga's flat. It is the same night as the previous section, and Rocamadour is getting sicker. Ossip apologizes for drawing the story of Maga's rape from her at Ronald's flat, saying that he has always been something of a voyeur. La Maga is worried about her baby, but she does not want to take him to the hospital. Chapter 134 is an excerpt from an article about the differences between French and English gardens. The writer advises amateur gardeners to plant in the English style, which does not require such rigid geometry.

In Chapter 25, they continue...

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