The Blue Afternoon: A Novel - Chapters 5 - 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 5 - 10 Summary

In Chapter Four, Carriscant writes a letter to Kay and tells her the address where he will be staying for some days. In Chapter Five, Key decides to investigate Carriscant. She watches his apartment until he comes out and then follows him for an hour or so while he runs odd errands. Finally he enters a restaurant. Kay reasons that she looks more like him than she looks like Hugh Paget, and decides to at least hear his story. In Chapter Six, she joins him for lunch—he does not seem very surprised to see her. As they talk he tells her he likes fish, she chatters about her life, and then he says he needs her help to find someone named Paton Bobby, once a policeman. Carriscant says Paton Bobby would be about his age—mid-60s&mdash...

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