The Blue Castle: A Novel - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

Valancy finds comfort and joy in having dinner every night with Barney. She loves everything about her island and her new world. Barney calls Valancy Moonlight. Barney shuts himself in his own area, which he refers to as Bluebeard's Chamber. Smells come out of the room when Barney is in there, so Valancy assume he is conducting chemical experiments or counterfeiting money. Valancy sees freedom as being to do whatever they want to do. Barney thinks of freedom differently, saying that something always bonds them, including the love Valancy has for Barney.

Chapter 29 Analysis

Barney seems to be producing moonshine, which is illegal. Valancy is very content in her world. Even when Barney asks if she would like a mansion like one of the millionaire homes on one of the islands on the lake, Valancy says she loves their Blue Castle.

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