Journey to the End of the Night - Section 25 Summary & Analysis

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Section 25 Summary

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Many quiet months pass for Bardamu while running the Institute, interrupted only once by news of Robinson, brought by Abbott Protiste, who suspects Robinson of murdering Grandma Henrouille and also complains of the man's sudden departure from Toulouse. Not long after, Bardamu is dismayed to receive a visit from Robinson. Robinson has regained his sight and claims to have come to Paris to find a job, preferably at the Institute Bardamu now oversees. In fact, Robinson would like to be admitted and pass himself off as a lunatic, because he is fleeing some urgent trouble. Robinson admits to sending Grandmother Henrouille to her death on the stairs, since she annoyed him and also because he and Madelon were to inherit the business upon Grandma Henrouille's death. No...

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