Pihkal: A Chemical Love Story - Chapters 29-34 Summary & Analysis

Alexander Shulgin
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Chapters 29-34 Summary and Analysis

In chapter twenty-nine, Shura receives a letter from Ursula that shakes his faith that she is coming. In the letter, Ursula describes going to Nuremberg to see a symphony and mentions frequently how she wishes Shura was there, but Ursula never mentions Dolph being depressed. Alice writes a letter for Ursula that details Alice's relationship with Shura and asks Ursula to either come to America or stop stringing Shura along. Alice leaves the decision to mail the letter to Shura. After Alice gives Shura the letter, the two take a new substance, 2C-T-2, that Shura derived from Aleph-2. At the end of the night, Shura and Alice make love, and Alice is confident that Shura will mail the letter to Ursula.

Ursula's reply to Alice's letter arrives at the beginning of chapter thirty, two weeks after the first letter...

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