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The Book of Evidence Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Section 2 (pages 138-148) Summary

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Part 2, Section 2 (pages 138-148) Summary

Montgomery wakes in a big, sagging bed and thinks that he must be at Coolgrange. He remembers where he is and stands at the window looking out to sea. A seagull hits the glass, and from behind him, Charlie says that they must think his mother is there, since she used to feed them. Charlie is wearing an apron over his clothes and holding a frying pan. Montgomery realizes he is naked.

Charlie cooks breakfast, and Montgomery says that he is in a bit of a scrape. Charlie ignores him. As Charlie fusses, Montgomery feels the same "weepy regard" that he felt for him the night before. He finds Charlie quite maternal in his apron and old felt slippers and feels Charlie would look after him. A car horn toots outside. Charlie quickly dresses in his suit, appears with his briefcase...

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