Still Life with Woodpecker - Phase 4, Parts 103, 104, 105 and 106 Summary & Analysis

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Phase 4, Parts 103, 104, 105 and 106 Summary

Narration describes at length how flawed, scarred, and tortured the moon is, how its light is the reflection of other light (the sun's), and how as the result of its being a primal mirror it cannot and does not distort CHOICE. Narration comments how human beings use the moon, as well as other inanimate objects, to trigger any thoughts and desires they might have ... or want to have. Narration also describes how the moon hangs over Fort Blackberry (Max and Tilli's home) when Leigh-Cheri and Bernard return.

The narrative flashes back to Bernard's recovery in hospital - the discovery that the sound of the explosion has rendered him deaf, his interrogation by police who think he was Leigh-Cheri's kidnapper, and his joy when he discovers that Leigh-Cheri is alive and is proclaiming his innocence. Bernard discovers that she too...

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