Music of the Ghosts - The Third Movement: Pages 285 - 317 Summary & Analysis

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The section starts with Tun as he looked around his cell, noting the “wall of instruments” used to torture them (285). He was afraid to eat when they offered him, as he had been forced to eat his own feces. They grabbed his head and forced his mouth back, and at the same time they bludgeoned his left eye. Tun was sure his eyeball had detached. Tun’s eye healed but he could no longer see clearly. The other prisoners began to die around him. One night, a young soldier that had been in Tun’s command gave him a blade with which to kill himself.

The perspective changes to Teera as she meets with the Old Musician at the temple. She tells him about their recent trip to Siem Reap. The Old Musician tells her he has wanted to speak...

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