Nights at the Circus - Study Guide Section 3, Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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The escapee, an anarchist on the run from a search party, finds his way into the outlaws’ camp and is delighted to happen upon the circus’ survivors. He is a well-educated young man who looks to the future with glee. At first Liz takes a liking to him due to his anarchistic tendencies, but is disappointed to find he could not even successfully build or detonate a bomb. She argues with him about the existence of the soul, and about whether or not it is practical to think of tomorrow, or instead simply live in the immediate now.

The outlaws are continually drinking, despondent over the fact their plans to plead their case have been dashed. The escapee brings news, saying he met the escaped women on their way to build a female utopia, and asked him to donate sperm, which they kept in an ice bucket...

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