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The Beautiful Side of Evil Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 13 and 14 Summary

Johanna Michaelsen
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Chapters 13 and 14 Summary and Analysis

"Exodus"

This chapter begins with the author's narration of her parents' participation in a few of Pachita's operations, their resultant deepening of belief in her work contrasted her own growing uncertainty of the rightness of what she was doing (triggered by the death of David), and her decision to travel to Europe for some time to rest and reflect. She describes several horrifying visions she experienced on her travels, and narrates a reluctant conversation with her sister Kim (see "Quotes," p. 136), in which Kim's questions seemed to echo some of her own. Kim convinces the author to travel to Switzerland to talk with a pair of Christian friends, Os Guinness and Sheila Bird (nicknamed Birdie) about her concerns. When the author arrives in Switzerland (see "Objects/Places - L'Abri"), she first speaks with Birdie, defending what she is doing with Pachita as a...

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