The Book of Evidence - Part 1, Section 6 (pages 88-101) Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Section 6 (pages 88-101) Summary

Montgomery has been in jail for two months, but it seems longer to him. He describes the little bits of outside life that he can see from his small window. It is autumn, and Montgomery relives a dream about his father that he says he always has at this time of year.

In Montgomery's dream, he has somehow rescued his father from a variety of dangers, and his father is in the hospital. He accepts an embrace from his son and appears sheepish. Montgomery had thought that it was death he had rescued his father from, but he now thinks it might be the "long calamity of his life" that Montgomery is "undoing at a stroke." He informs the reader that he has been told his mother has died today, and he thinks that he will now...

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