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La Invención de Morel - Pages 44 through 62 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 44 through 62 Summary

The man fails to get the motors turning but when he comes upstairs, he hears the the hum of the motor and suddenly there is light everywhere. Suddenly, two men speaking Spanish appear. Like the others, they do not react to the man. He wonders if they might be ghosts. They are servants and are speaking about the dinner they prepared. A gong sounds and the dinner guests arrive. Among them is Faustine and Morel. Faustine is not sitting by Morel. There are other guests at the table. The man continues to hide and watch the invaders. He wonders how the people returned since there is such a terrible storm. The man walks over a floor aquarium where live fish replace the dead ones he last saw there.

The man still lusts for Faustine. That night he sleeps in a room where he cannot turn...

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