The Book of Evidence - Part 1, Section 4 (pages 53-72) Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Section 4 (pages 53-72) Summary

Montgomery awakes at Coolgrange disorientated and hung over. He recalls he had a dream and wants the court to know that his dreams would be of interest to them. He dreamed he was gnawing on the ripped out sternum of a creature that may have been human. He also dreamed that some "nameless authority" was making him do this. While the dream made him nauseated, he also found it exulting. He looks for a suitable synonym for badness in his dictionary and finds them all too judgmental.

Montgomery gets up, goes to the kitchen and makes a pot of tea. Joanne comes in and pours a cup. He asks her to sit and chat with him, but she tells him that the cup of tea is for his mother and leaves the kitchen. He looks for his...

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