Lancelot - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 Summary

Lancelot stops his story to discuss why he is telling it. Lancelot feels as though there is something in the story he needs to recall. Lancelot talks about the past, trying to tell Harry how he feels he needs to create a new life, a new world. Lancelot then talks about the girl in the room next door. Lancelot went to see her the previous day and she told him her name is Anna. Again Lancelot talks about how much she reminds him of Lucy Cobb, his first wife. Returning to his story, Lancelot talks about another dinner with the movie people in which the discussion centered around the semiotics of film, with Janos Jacoby dominating the discussion while Merlin appeared bored. At the same time, Raine was speaking to Lancelot about Ideo-Personal-Dynamics, the cult-like group she had just joined in Hollywood. Lancelot...

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