The Book of Evidence - Study Guide Part 2, Section 5 (pages 184-204) Summary & Analysis

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Montgomery recounts his capture. It is the morning after Charlie's dinner party. There is a man across the road, looking out to sea, when Montgomery awakes with a hangover. He speaks of having a "wild-eyed euphoria" with mad ideas of taking hostages and making a stand. Instead, he sinks into a kind of trance and relives childhood memories. Charlie rings from down the road to tell him the guards are there and want to speak to him. Charlie comes home, and Montgomery cooks an omelet. Charlie tells him that the police got him up early and took him to the station. At first, Montgomery thinks he means the train station. At it sinks in, Montgomery mentions the treats that Charlie used to give him and tells him that he enjoyed them. Then he realizes that there is an "ancient, unimportant" lie...

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