The Blue Afternoon: A Novel - Part Three Summary & Analysis

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Part Three Summary

Part Three of the novel is presented as a sort of travelogue combined with a diary of notes. It covers five days in Lisbon spent in finding Delphine. The structure of this section of the novel is erratic and has a frenetic, unfinished feel.

On Sunday, May 3, Kay and Carriscant land in Lisbon. Kay muses about the story that Carriscant has told her—the story she has arranged in Part Two of the novel. Carriscant notes that he was tried for the murder of Sieverance and for being complicit in the murders of the two Americans. He was exonerated of murder but was found guilty of conspiracy in the murders of the two Americans. He spend the next eight years in Bilibid Prison and the following eight years at a labor camp in Guam. He was paroled in 1919 and moved...

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