The Night Circus - Part Three: Intersections: Stormy Seas - Beautiful Pain Summary & Analysis

Erin Morgenstern
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In 1901, two years after the kiss at Chandresh's party, Marco watches Celia's show. In exchange, he says that he has prepared a special new tent for her, which he transports her to using his mind control and manipulation. Suddenly, Celia is in the middle of a forest, where all the trees are made of Shakespearean poetry. He admits that his past few creations have all been to please Celia, his way of communicating with her when they are separated by distance. They talk more of their competition, the rules, and their teachers. Finally, Celia tries to explain what has happened to her father. In his effort to be in many places at once, he learned how to separate himself into atoms: if a glass of red wine were poured into a basin of water, the wine would still be...

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