The Butterfly Garden - Part II, pgs. 103-131 Summary & Analysis

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In this section, Inara asks if Victor still has the hallway photos. She shuffles through them and then points out a girl whom she says the Gardener named Johanna. Although Johanna had seemed to settle in well, she had sudden mood swings. Johanna had managed to stay in the Garden one day when the walls were down. She drowned herself in the pond.

Victor asks about the girl which the Gardener had asked Inara about seeing her in the tree when he was walking with his wife. She said this conversation took place over a girl newer than Johanna. That girl never got a name.

Inara remembered this was the first girl that she had taken care of by herself after Lyonette had died. Because she questioned her role in Johanna’s death, Inara tried to be more patient with this...

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