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Mirror Mirror Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Four: 1519 Summary

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Part Four: 1519 Summary

In "Thais," Lucrezia Borgia decides that she needs to possess the third apple from The Tree of Knowledge and she travels to Venice to retrieve it from the palace of the Doge.

Lucrezia gives birth to a son named Alessandro who is born with an extremely large head. She gives birth to another child fathered by her lover Francisco Gonzaga. Gonzaga subsequently dies of the "French pox" (260).

Lucrezia is obsessed with the apple as she believes the apple holds the secret to immortality.

In "Fire and Ivy," The dwarves, having become fully human, once again visit where Bianca de Nevada lies in her coffin of glass.

The dwarves trim the ivy which has overgrown the coffin and marvel at how long it has been since Don Vicente has visited Bianca.

Michelotto, Lucrezia Borgia's gooseboy son, sees the ivy burning and makes his way to the...

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