The Butterfly Garden - Part I, pgs. 41-61 Summary & Analysis

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In this section of the novel Inara returns to the story of being abandoned at the carousel by her parents. She tells Victor that when the next-door neighbor, who was also a foster parent, got Inara home he told her she needed to thank him by “licking his lollipop” (41). Eddison interrupts by entering the room with a stack of photos. He tells Inara she is protecting her captor by not telling them who he is. Meanwhile, Victor looks through the photos of the hallways in the complex. Inara stops him at one photo, telling him that was Lyonette.

Inara says that she, Bliss, and Lyonette were friends because they neither spent time on drama nor did they fight what the Gardener wanted to do with them. She adds that the Gardener had adored them for their personalities. They often spent the...

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