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The Gate of Angels Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 4, Section 18 Summary

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Part 4, Section 18 Summary

Each time Fred sees Daisy he is taken by all he has forgotten in the intervening minutes. Waiting in the courtroom, he notices she is pale but not how pale until she gets up on the witness stand. The police make ready to call a new witness: the journalist Kelly. Daisy denies knowing him. He identifies the driver of the cart as the farmer the police has charged. When asked what he did after he saw the driver of the cart flee back to the farm, he said he had rented a room for himself and Daisy Saunders at Pett's Hotel (he knew she would come to him, because she had no money). He says he has not come forward before because he does not want to embarrass Miss Saunders--but that he does now.

Part 4, Section 18 Analysis

Kelly suddenly appears, because the police have summoned...

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