Lady Midnight (The Dark Artifices) - Chapters 3 – 5 Summary & Analysis

Cassandra Clare
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In Chapter 3, The Moon Never Beams without Bringing me Dreams, Julian goes to the attic where he spends some time with Arthur, who is technically the head of the Los Angeles Institute. Julian's father Andrew, was Arthur's brother. Arthur immediately begins to talk about the various kinds of love, including the kind of love two people feel for each other once they are bound as parabatai. Arthur is barely coherent, but says that Julian is “a good boy,” then adds, “But it won't help you, in the end”(62). Julian asks what Arthur means, but Arthur has already lost the thread of the conversation.

Emma had wanted Julian to come to her room after her returned so she could show him the latest clues, but she wakes the following morning to find he did not. When she goes to his room, she realizes he is...

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