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The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue - At Sea: 26 - Author’s Note Summary & Analysis

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As they travel, Monty says the crew is curious about Percy who feels at home. Eventually, Monty tells Scipio why they are going to Venice. He is surprised with Scipio tells him that Monty is a better person than he gives himself credit for. Scipio shows Monty how to throw a punch and makes him promise to fight back should he need to.

When they arrive, they use Boswell’s cards and documents to get money and a hotel. Scipio tells him the island has many collapsed tunnels, but has yet to sink. However, Bourbon made it first and has put out a reward for Monty and the key. Monty convinces Percy to go out. They kiss and Percy asks if they can run away together. When Monty says they will have no way to survive, Percy asks if...

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