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The Razor's Edge Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4 (sections v-ix) Summary

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Chapter 4 (sections v-ix) Summary

The four arrange to go out to dinner, but when Maugham arrives, Gray is suffering from a migraine headache, the same malady that has kept him from finding work. Larry arrives and asks if he can try to help. First, he puts a coin in Gray's hands and tells him to grip it tightly and not let got. Larry starts to count to twenty-four, and when he gets to nineteen, the coin falls out. Next, Larry says that Gray's right arm will rise when he counts to twenty-four. Gray's arm goes up, and he looks like someone in a trance or walking in his sleep. Finally, Larry tells Gray that he will go to sleep, and when he wakes up his headache will be gone. It works. Asked if he learned that in India, Larry says yes. Larry tells Gray that he didn't...

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