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Last Night in Montreal - Part 2: Chapters 15-19 Summary & Analysis

Emily St. John Mandel
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Chapter 15 described more details of Lilia’s childhood. The various motel rooms in which she lived were compared to islands, all disconnected yet forming the foundation of her childhood. She would spend her days in libraries, where her dad would do his best to educate her. When people would ask why she was not in school, she would reply that she was homeschooled. After a while, she had her story down to a science.

When traveling, Lilia began to keep a book of names as a distraction. It gave her something to do and helped keep her memories clear. Without this record, her identities had tended to blend together.

Although Lilia and her father were always on the run, they remained for the most part calm. However, at random intervals, Lilia’s father would become overtaken by the fear of being found...

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