The Book of Speculation - Section Three - Chapters 8, 9, 10, and 11 Summary & Analysis

Erika Swyler
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Amos took Evangeline to Peabody, who agreed to give her an act as a mermaid in the carnival. They built a tub for her to swim in. Benno noticed Amos noticing Evangeline. Evangeline learned how to do her act, and became used to being ogled by men and being part of the carnival. She noticed Amos, as well, and was haunted by nightmares of her grandmother. Amos heard her crying out at night and tried to comfort her. Ryzhkova noticed that Amos was drawn to Evangeline and worried.

Enola goes through Simon's notebook and confronts him about his findings, but Simon lies about it. They go swimming and Simon tries to challenge her to hold her breath, but Enola refuses, claiming she is out of practice. They discuss Simon's problems with the house, and with Alice. Enola wants him to...

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