Ninth House - Chapter 2 – Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Leigh Bardugo
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Chapter 2 takes the reader back to the fall before the events of Chapter 1, and is told from the point of view of Daniel Arlington, who goes by Darlington. Darlington is introduced as someone who is concerned with being a gentleman; he is polite, does not curse, and attends church every Sunday, even though he is not religious. All of this was taught to him by his grandfather. Darlington recalls his first introduction to Alex, whose real first name is Galaxy. Though Darlington prides himself on acting like a gentleman, he cannot help but to dislike Alex. When Darlington finally progressed to the role of Virgil, he was ecstatic about getting to pick his very own Dante to supervise. After having had spent hours looking through potential students, Dean Sandow told him that he had to give up his search: Alex Stern had been...

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