Lucky Us - Part Two, Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

Amy Bloom
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I'm Beginning to See the Light

This chapter is told from Edgar's point of view. He is experiencing health problems. Words are failing him; they just won't come to the front part of his mind. Also, his equilibrium has been affected, as well as some of his eyesight. He goes to the library to look up his symptoms, but he can't find anything that matches what he's experiencing. He tells no one.

Through a series of memories it's revealed that he is not really an Englishman, though this is what he's told people most of his life.When he was living in Chicago, he decided to rise above his circumstances. He adopted an English accent and bought a presentable suit and a pocket watch. He then told people that he was an English nobleman who had fallen on hard times. He ingratiated...

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