Still Life with Woodpecker - Phase 3, Parts 46, 47, 48, 49, 50 and 51 Summary & Analysis

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Phase 3, Parts 46, 47, 48, 49, 50 and 51 Summary

As Max buys Tilli a new Chihuahua, Leigh-Cheri refuses to see A'ben Fizel and Bernard remains in jail without bail, People magazine's article on Leigh-Cheri is published. Her idea about the Kingdom of Mu immediately gains both popularity and publicity, even getting support from King Max. Leigh-Cheri isn't interested in any of it - all she wants is to be with Bernard. She sends him a love note via his lawyer, and he sends one back (see "Quotes", p. 128). When she receives it, she goes out into the blackberry thorns surrounding her parents' home and weeps, resolving to use the blackberry's persistence as her personal inspiration, intending to be with Bernard and love him at any cost. She works intently with his (red-headed, liberal, pregnant) lawyer, Nina Jablonski, to re-establish communication with him even though everyone knows it will...

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