The Butterfly Garden - Part II, pgs. 192-212 Summary & Analysis

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In this section of the novel, Inara relates to the agents that since Desmond had begun showing interest in Inara, the Gardener had started coming to visit her nearly every day. It was clear to the other girls that he liked Inara the best. Whenever the Gardener left her alone, Inara spent time with Tereza, the newest girl. Because she loved to play the piano, Inara talked the Gardener into getting her an instrument. It was Desmond who noticed the beginning sounds of a breakdown in the way Tereza way playing. He asked Inara what would happen if she did break. Inara told him he knew.

In Inara’s room later, she and Desmond came running when Tereza’s music had stopped. Although she sat on the bench with her fingers poised above the keys she had tear tracks on her...

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