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The Alienist Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, Will: Chatpers 34-37 Summary

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Part 3, Will: Chatpers 34-37 Summary

In Chapter 34, Moore and Kreizler speak with Adam Dury. Adam tells them how his mother was an unwilling sexual partner to his father, causing them to have a smaller family then his father had hoped for. Adam recalls the night his brother, Japheth, was conceived. Adam also recalls how his brother was never physically abused by his mother, but emotionally abused from the moment of his birth. Adam tells them how Japheth developed a bad tick on his face at an early age that only disappeared when he was tracking and hunting animals. Adam also says that he taught Japheth to climb the rock faces near their family farm, something Adam's father had taught him. Finally, Adam confesses that he was aware that Japheth was once raped by a male friend named George Beecham.

In Chapter 35, Moore and Kreizler are shot...

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