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The only passengers who treat Parrot humanely are Mr. Eckerd, a Jew, and his singer, Miss Desclee. Parrot is ready to kill Olivier when he notices the nobleman has his eye on Mathilde. The idea of what Olivier and Mathilde do in the locked cabin haunts Parrot. Olivier dictates a letter to his mother which Parrot transcribes. As Olivier tells his mother about sitting while Mathilde painted his portrait, Parrot continues to describe the devious things he imagines happened in the locked cabin, ending the letter by confessing the servant is writing since Olivier broke his heart. He rips the letter up and throws it to the wind, but the words still cause his heart to ache. Refusing to allow him to pay, Mathilde paints Mr. Eckerd in a wild, foreign beauty which causes the other passengers to withdraw their approval of Mathilde...

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