The Butterfly Garden - Part II, pgs. 131-150 Summary & Analysis

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In this section Inara explains to Eddison that Desmond believed what his father told him about the Garden because he wanted to believe. After a time, however, that desire to believe his father changed. She also tells Victor and Eddison that it was not until Avery gave her a gift that she began keeping up with how long she had been imprisoned.

Because the Gardener had warned Avery not to touch Inara after what Avery did to her and Giselle, it seemed to make Inara more desirable to Avery. The Gardener explained to her that he had granted Avery time with Inara but that he was to stay within particular limits. When Inara did not react to Avery as he wanted her to, he used a piece of metal to put a brand on her hip. The Gardener walked in when...

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