The Butterfly Garden - Part II, pgs. 225-243 Summary & Analysis

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In this section Inara remembers how the Gardener had helped the girls prepare for their production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream by ordering costumes as well as a full set of play books for them. Lorraine had been ordered to make a feast to be served in the garden and the girls all wore dresses of different bright colors. Even though the Gardener knew the girls were putting on the presentation for Zara, he seemed to think the entertainment was also being presented on his own behalf. He had even insisted that Desmond attend the production. The Gardener had asked Inara why Desmond seemed so out of sorts. Inara explained to him that Desmond had thought they were taking Zara to a hospital, not that she would be killed. The Gardener was confused that Desmond had even considered taking Zara...

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