The Blazing World - Rachel Briefman/Phineas Q. Eldridge Summary & Analysis

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Rachel Briefman

Rachel has had a stint put in her heart and writes that she is finding Harry's continual litany of rage against men tiresome. She also wholeheartedly responds to the suggestion that Harry was delusional or that the final work by Rune wasn't hers. It was, one hundred percent, she writes emphatically. She says that when they were together last that Harry had told her that the first work by Rune, called Beneath, was nearly completed.

She tells Rachel that this new persona felt very predatory and visceral to her, that it was not a nice personal at all, but a ruthless, cocky, cruel, dismissive type of persona.....and she believes that it has been a part of her for forever but never had a voice. From the entire encounter, Rachel writes, it was clear to see that even...

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