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Hopscotch - Book 2, From This Side: Chapters 111, 49, 118, 50, 118, 51, 69, 52, 89, 53, 66, 149, 54 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, From This Side: Chapters 111, 49, 118, 50, 118, 51, 69, 52, 89, 53, 66, 149, 54 Summary

Chapter 111 is a memoir written by a Hungarian woman who, following a failed marriage, becomes a socialite in Paris. After a dark, raucous period, she finds love with the tango musician Carlos Gardel. In Chapter 49, Ferraguto finalizes the deal to sell his circus and take control of the asylum. Traveler and Talita - arguing regularly now - prepare for the change in occupation by reading mental health articles in medical journals. Horacio finds himself listless as the circus prepares to change hands, and spends long stretches with the counting cat. One night, Horacio and the Travelers get word that they are to move to the asylum. Chapter 118 is a quote from Malcolm Lowry.

In Chapter 50, Ferraguto and his wife Cuca are signing papers for the asylum. Traveler, Talita, and Horacio are all there, and a...

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