The Blue Afternoon: A Novel - Chapters An Official Entertainment; The Library; Trial Run; Brahms; and In The Nipa Barn Summary & Analysis

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Chapters An Official Entertainment; The Library; Trial Run; Brahms; and In The Nipa Barn Summary

One day in the hospital Carriscant is summoned to Cruz's operating room where Cruz shows him sutures in heart muscles to close a knife wound. Carriscant recognizes the patient as a previous patient of Cruz without such a wound; Cruz has formed the wound to fix it. Carriscant realizes the patient will die of infection but Cruz believes the procedure is groundbreaking and historic. Carriscant tells him it was done successfully some years previously. Later, Carriscant attends a social event given by Governor Taft. At the event Annaliese and Delphine inadvertently meet. Annaliese either knows about the affair or instinctively disliked Delphine and refers to her later as vulgar, American, and like a Gibson Girl. Carriscant, unexpectedly...

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