The Book of Evidence - Part 2, Section 1 (pages 123-137) Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Section 1 (pages 123-137) Summary

The second part of the book starts with Montgomery detailing a recurring dream he says comes once or twice a year and disturbs him for days. It entails an unknown crime that he thinks may be stumbling on a corpse and covering it up. In the dream, the police come to question him even though there is no suspicion that he was directly involved. Montgomery describes a young policeman for whom he gives the performance of his life. An older man at the questioning is not taken in, and Montgomery panics. He awakes as he bolts for his life.

Montgomery returns to the day of the murder and describes hurrying away from the scene and realizing that the fat, foul-mouthed, inner man has burst out at last with Montgomery "slung helpless on his back." He feels the...

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