Lily and the Octopus - Pages 124 – 180 Summary & Analysis

Steven Rowley
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As Part 3, “Suction,” continues in “Monday,” Ted cannot stop thinking about Lily while out shopping, recalling both good and bad memories, such as the time Lily fell down the stairs as a puppy to all of the Thanksgiving dinners they have shared. When two dachshunds go past on a leash, Ted dry heaves and scrambles back to his car. He reflects on the vet telling him that Lily might develop Enclosed World Syndrome as she aged. Ted reflects on how he has developed his own form of Enclosed World Syndrome by shutting out the world. At home, Ted takes Lily for a walk, allowing her the time to go at her own pace, and to sniff as she wishes. Ted worries that the octopus is here to stay.

In “Wednesday Night,” Lily has another seizure. Ted pulls Lily close against her as she seizes...

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