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Hopscotch - Book 1, From the Other Side: Chapters 87, 105, 96, 94, 91, 82, 99, 35, 121, 36 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, From the Other Side: Chapters 87, 105, 96, 94, 91, 82, 99, 35, 121, 36 Summary

Chapter 87 discusses mention of an obscure Duke Ellington number. Morelli continues this theme in Chapter 105, considering phrases and gestures that have fallen out of favor, that live only in fading memory and dreams.

In Chapter 96, the Club talks their way into Morelli's building and - with much difficulty involving the key - enters his flat. It is filled with books and papers. Babs throws out a rotten egg, which enrages Etienne, who thought it a good still life. Ronald calms everyone down with an emotional speech about this momentous night. In Chapter 94, Morelli says that his work is rotting like a piece of meat, breaking down to its simplest form. In Chapter 91, the Club is organizing Morelli's papers when Ossip and Horacio arrive. Etienne starts complaining about the egg again.

In Chapter 82, Morelli...

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