The Egyptologist - Letter/Journal 20 - 29 Summary & Analysis

Arthur Phillips
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Letter/Journal 20 - 29 Summary

December 24, 1954 (pp. 116-129)

Ferrell tells Macy more detail about Margaret. He meets her on October 13, 1922, when he visits CCF for more information on Trilipush. Margaret charms Ferrell, who withholds from her and CCF the information he already has on Ralph. Ferrell learns that Margaret likes to party at a speakeasy and has an opium addiction.

Professor Terbroogan alerts CCF that Oxford has not records on Trilipush, but Ferrell counters this by observing that records can be wrong, thus keeping CCF as a client for his investigative services regarding Trilipush. Ferrell will soon be traveling to Egypt with CCF funding the trip; along with billing the Davies estate, Ferrell will make out well financially.

Another thing Ferrell learns is that both sides are misrepresenting each other. CCF and Margaret are not being entirely forthright with Trilipush, but Ferrell thinks Ralph...

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