The Blue Afternoon: A Novel - Chapters The Four-Cylinder 12 HP Flanquin; 1903; Two Propellers Pushing; Rain; Scalpel; The Blue Afternoon; The Girls on the Pony; Hippotheetical; and The Sutured Heart Summary & Analysis

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Chapters The Four-Cylinder 12 HP Flanquin; 1903; Two Propellers Pushing; Rain; Scalpel; The Blue Afternoon; The Girls on the Pony; Hippotheetical; and The Sutured Heart Summary

Pantaleon's specialized engine arrives through the black market. Pantaleon begins to determine how the engine should be mounted. Chapter 1903, page 195, occurs over New Years. Carriscant reflects upon his absolute dearth of feeling for his wife Annaliese. Seiverance then announces that he will be shipping out on a combat assignment. He meets with Carriscant and Delphine at his own house and offers a lengthy and effusive Christian prayer of thanks for Carriscant's ability and Delphine's recovery. Seiverance then ships out. In Chapter Two Propellers Pushing, page 200, Pantaleon informs Carriscant that he is expected to co-pilot the aircraft. Pantaleon has decided...

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