The Book and the Brotherhood - Part 2 (through page 470) Summary & Analysis

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Part 2 (through page 470) Summary

Gulliver and Lily have been experiencing some problems in their relationship. Their conflict stems from Gull's realization that he is just a penniless unemployed actor and writer who will become dependent on his wealthy lover for his financial welfare. He decides to leave Lily and boards the train for Newcastle. As he waits for the train to leave, his thoughts are a confused jumble of desires and plans. He finds a snail under his seat and feels compelled to put it into his pocket.

At Boyars, Jean and Duncan make a pretense of achieving a quick and amicable reconciliation. Although Duncan becomes more and more aware that he still loves his wife, Jean remains silent and reticent. He tries to console her as she grieves the end of her affair with Crimond. They return to their home in London...

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