Revolution - Part 1, Hell: Chapters 48-54 Summary & Analysis

Jennifer Donnelly
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Part 1, Hell: Chapters 48-54 Summary

Andi visits Malherbeau's house and admires his portrait in which he holds a single rose with blood dripping from his finger. There are miniatures on a table beside Malherbeau that people over the years have assumed are Malherbeau and a woman he once loved, the reason why Malherbeau never married. Andi sees a comparison between the rose in Malherbeau's portrait and the rose that is part of a coat of arms in G's house from the Auvergne family.

Andi sends her outline to her father via email and then reads from Alex's diary while she waits for him to come home. Alex wrote of her caution in setting off the fireworks because of Bonaparte's determination to find her. In another entry, Alex wrote of the capture of the royal family and the unrest in Paris that led...

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