The Gate of Angels - Study Guide Part 4, Section 20 Summary & Analysis

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When he arrives back at Angelicus, Fred calls the Botanical Gardens and speaks with the head gardener, who tells him about a man who was found in the grass and then bolted over the gate. He reads his mail, including another note from Holcombe. Holcombe assures him that his Miss Saunders is not of the "marriageable class"--especially not after today's court scene--and, since he himself has trouble finding women, and whereas he is practical (and is certain the same is true of Miss Saunders), etc.

Fred has to deliver a 10-minute lecture to his introductory physics students. He puts on his gowns and walks over to the Cavendish. He tells his students that all their papers from his last assignment were bad--and that good ideas are commonplace ones that are not always welcome. After class, two of his students catch up with him: They...

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