My Name Is Red - Chapters 28-29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 28-29 Summary

The murderer goes to Enishte's home and walks in as he had during the nights of working on the secret book. He thinks no one is home. He goes to Shekure's room first and snoops through her things until Enishte hears him. The murderer goes to Enishte in the darkening room. Instead of being straightforward about his agenda, the murderer tells the story of Sheikh Muhammad of Isfahan, who is a wonderful artist for thirty years, but then spends the next thirty years seeking and destroying his previous art. He has decided the art is ungodly and profane. The murderer discloses his main concern, that the book is no longer secret and that it has enemies. To reassure his soul, he wants to see the last illustration in its entirety. The murderer and Enishte talk about whether their art could be...

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