Human Croquet - VI. Present: Experiments with Aliens Summary & Analysis

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VI. Present: Experiments with Aliens Summary

Debbie cannot think of a name for the baby. None of the neighbors are the least bit suspicious about the sudden appearance of the baby, and they accept the story that Debbie is the mother. At home, Debbie's symptoms of mental illness increase. Eunice names a medical condition with the same symptoms as those Debbie displays, and this makes Isobel wonder about the existence of doppelgangers.

Malcolm offers Isobel a ride in his new car, and they go to visit his mother in the hospital. She thinks that Isobel is Hilary, Malcolm's girlfriend, and she expresses disappointment. After leaving the hospital, Malcolm admits that he does not feel worthy of so much praise from so many people. While Malcolm drives Isobel home, she sees Mr. Primrose in a dress, and she wonders if the clothing...

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