Sudden Death: A Novel - Second Set, Second Game – The Chase Summary & Analysis

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The artist won the second game of the second set against the poet. The chapter continued by exploring the mathematician’s attraction to the artist and his love for his paintings. One night, at the home of the artist’s patron del Monte, the mathematician saw a mitre that had been made in Mexico which reflected light in a way he had never seen before. The mathematician never developed a theory of light, but he did develop one about the trajectory of bullets that proved very useful for the artist during tennis matches. During the match, the Duke realized that the mathematician was the reason the artist was winning.

In Mexico in 1525, the Emperor Cuauhtémoc was held captive by Cortés and tortured over a long period of time before eventually being executed. Cortés asked for the...

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