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La Invención de Morel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pages 79 through 103 Summary

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Pages 79 through 103 Summary

The man has returned to a "normal" life on the island. He is now aware that the people are only images and that he is truly alone but has evaded those pursuing him. Although he knows that Faustine is but an image, he is still drawn to her. He follows her and even sleeps on the floor next to her bed at night. He still has hopes of learning how the machine works. The man contemplates creating another invention that would determine if the images can experience thoughts and feelings. Perhaps a finer scientific mind could take Morel's invention to another level that would enable a man to select a lovely place to take his loved ones and live there forever in happiness and peace. Many groups of people could inhabit this place but since they would only be images they would never be aware...

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