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Sapphique - Study Guide Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Catherine Fisher
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That night at the show, Attia notices a difference in the audience members. The members of the audience seem to be young and kids. There don't seem to be any old people. The crowd doesn't huddle together. When a woman faints in the crowd, the rest step away from her rather than to see if she is okay. The audience members also seem to be unaffected by Rix's act.

Rix prepares to take Attia to the door of death and bring her back, which is all part of their fake act. Nobody in the audience is applauding.

A slave owner approaches the stage and throws a slave on the stage for Rix to bring back. The slave owner slits the throat of the slave so Rix can bring him back and prove that Sapphique's glove really works. Suddenly, a trap door gives way and Rix, Attia and...

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