Mr. Blue - Chapter III Summary & Analysis

Myles Connolly
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Chapter III Summary

After meeting Blue, the narrator left on a business trip and did not see him until June. He saw Blue on the roof painting a kite he had made. He was excited and the afternoon was beautiful. He wanted to fly the kite immediately but one never knew how it would behave, so he had to be careful. He released the kite and it flew upward. Blue began to sing. It was too much for the narrator to bear. They sat together as Blue flew the kite.

Blue comments that he likes musical tones, but cares like for time or key. He likes peppermints and balloons. As the sun began to set, the kite was out of view. Blue asked the narrator what happened to St. Augustine's sun and St. Francis Borgia's children and Blessed Thomas More's family. The narrator had...

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