Lancelot - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Lancelot tells Harry how he found money in father's sock drawer once when he was a little boy. This money seemed to prove that his father was a corrupt politician even though his mother swore that they were an honorable family and did not do that sort of thing. Lancelot compares the way he felt then with the way he felt when he learned of Margot's infidelity. Lancelot then continues with his story. That night, Lancelot asked Elgin what time the movie people had come back to Belle Isle after watching the rushes from the week's filming. Elgin said they did not return until after three. Lancelot then asked Elgin if the dumbwaiter beside the fireplace still worked. Lancelot pauses in his story then to tell Harry that Elgin is the son of the family's long time servants and that he is a...

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