Still Life with Woodpecker - Phase 2, Parts 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34 and 35 Summary & Analysis

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Phase 2, Parts 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34 and 35 Summary

At the beginning of this section, the focus of the action returns to the point at which it left off at the end of Part 26 - Leigh-Cheri's attempted arrest of Bernard. Several scenes dramatize their burgeoning relationship, scenes filled with bantering dialogue, playfulness, sexual tension, and arguments over whether Bernard (who still has a couple of sticks of dynamite) is justified in blowing up whatever takes his violent, rebellious fancy. These scenes are interrupted at one point by a return to Max and Tilli in Seattle, who express concern about Leigh-Cheri's marital future and make plans to marry her to an Arab financier, A'ben. Meanwhile, narration reveals that their chauffeur Chuck is in fact employed by the CIA, who place him in Max and Tilli's home as a spy to determine whether they are involved in rumored revolutionary activity...

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