The Gap of Time - Interval — Three: I Would Not Prize Them Without Her Love Summary & Analysis

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In the “Interval” Zel drove Perdita home. At home she snuck him upstairs to her bedroom. Perdita told Zel she was glad he was not her brother. The next section of the “Interval” changes to present tense as Perdita indicates she seeks courage from Zel for the strength to get up and go the following morning.

In the next part of “Interval,” in his game Xeno had wings momentarily. He flew up to look at Mimi in her room. She was sleeping but some said they sometimes saw her walking by the river. Leo was there also, throwing himself at the window. Begging and promising but nothing changed.

In the section “Ghosts That Walk,” there were plans for the company Sicilia to tear down the Roundhouse and replace it with apartment buildings. A wall of...

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