The Egyptologist - Letter/Journal 100 - 109 Summary & Analysis

Arthur Phillips
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Letter/Journal 100 - 109 Summary

Saturday, 30 December, 1922 continued (pp. 332-343)

Ralph gives his own account of the meeting with Ferrell to Margaret. The story about Paul Caldwell impresses Ralph, the way Paul worked his way out of poverty to become something. Ralph speculates on the last days of Atum-hadu's reign. His prose does not reveal his insanity, but rather a lucid grasp of history and reality, until he ends with, "CCF is asleep. I have much to finish, especially if mad Ferrell is coming to stamp about with police and dogs" (p. 343).

January 6, 1955 (pp. 343-344)

Ferrell explains how he knows that Ralph is lying about not knowing Caldwell or how Marlowe died. He admits that he works on a hunch and not solid evidence.

Sunday, 31 December, 1922 (pp. 344-345)

Ralph dreams about Margaret and complains about Carter.

Ferrell continues to investigate Ralph but finds nothing...

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