The Lost World - Second Configuration Summary & Analysis

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Second Configuration Summary

Accompanied by the children, Thorne arrives at Levine's apartment. The apartment is furnished with expensive antiques, but the overall effect is impersonal and almost alarmingly clean. Thorne comments that this is why Levine lives alone; he is a known neat freak. Arby checks out the books on the coffee table and notices some old books written in German. In the kitchen, they find the table set for one, a hot plate containing lobster bisque and seared ahi tuna and a note from Levine's cook welcoming him home. On the fax machine, Kelly finds a fax in German indicating that a book Levine ordered about the geological research on Central America, dating from 1922-1929, has been shipped. Thorne searches the bedroom next, where they find more old German books and some notes in Levine's handwriting. The notes refer to Site B and...

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