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Laughter in the Dark Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 34-36 Summary

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Chapters 34-36 Summary

Albert's cuts and bruises heal, but the sense of darkness remains. He howls and tears frantically at his eyes, and alternates between semi-consciousness and panic. Eventually, he lies silent and motionless, listening to sounds and visualizing his earlier life. Margot reads a letter from Axel, forgiving Albert's rudeness, and sympathizing with his misfortune, and saying he is heading to New York. He blames spoiled, fickle Margot for seeking admiration from someone of Axel's "unnatural inclinations." Albert is glad that Axel is gone, believes this is God's punishment for distrusting Margot, and claims to believe her. Margot says she is going to the travel agency but meets Axel to report how well it has gone well. She believes they should take separate coaches to Zurich to see a specialist Axel takes money to buy tickets and thinks he should hold their funds.

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