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Hopscotch - Book 1, From the Other Side: Chapters 155, 123, 145, 122, 112, 154, 85, 150, 95, 146 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, From the Other Side: Chapters 155, 123, 145, 122, 112, 154, 85, 150, 95, 146 Summary

In Chapter 155, Horacio convinces Etienne to join him in visiting the old writer he saw hit on the street the night of Rocamadour's death. They go to the Necker Hospital and discover that the old man's name is Morelli. Horacio and Etienne sit on a bench to smoke and watch the nurses. Chapter 123 is another dream Horacio has while still living with La Maga. In it, he is in a living room and garden from his childhood and also Maga's room. He and his sister decide which room he should stay in, and they choose the garden. He wakes in bed with Maga, unable to shake the feeling of the dream. In Chapter 145, Morelli quotes Gombrowicz from his absurdist watershed Ferdydurke.

Etienne has begun to sketch the nurses in Chapter 122, when Horacio tells...

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