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La Invención de Morel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pages 62 through 78 Summary

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Pages 62 through 78 Summary

The man sneaks in the museum to find food. He is starving and is tired of eating the roots and bulbs he finds outside. He enters in the dark but soon sees movement about the museum. The large hall is set up with tables and chairs as though planning for a lecture or meeting. Morel is giving the servants and the others orders on how to set up the room. It is obvious that he is running the meeting. Even though it is quite late when the room is finally ready, Morel insists that everyone is present before he begins. Jane Gray is absent and he orders the others to find her. Even though she is old and already asleep, they bring Jane to the room groggy and unsteady.

Morel then tells the others to "find him." Immediately, the main character believes they are talking...

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