No. 44, The Mysterious Stranger - Chapters 29 and 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 29 and 30 Summary

While August and Emil wait for No. 44 to arrive, Emil continues to inform August about the difference between the Dream State and the Waking State. Emil tells August that he has no concept of time but puts his experiences in terms that will help August understand. Each night as soon as August falls asleep, Emil leaves for adventures that take him millions of miles and thousands of years away in all directions. August presses Emil to share some of the experiences, but Emil feels that sharing these types of thoughts with humans is like "emptying rainbows down a rat-hole."

Fortunately, No. 44 arrives still dressed as the magician, and Emil enters his plea to be released from his earthly body. No. 44 is amenable to the idea and tells Emil to stand up and melt. August watches Emil stand and sees his clothes...

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