The Great and Secret Show: The First Book of the Art - Part Three Summary & Analysis

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Part Three Summary

In chapter one, Witt remains in Palomo Grove and becomes a real estate agent. The market does well in the town, and he still follows the lives of the women he saw in the flood water. Joyce McGuire is very religious and has brought up both of her twins without a father. Arleen moved to Louisiana with her family.

In chapter two, Howard Katz returns from Chicago to Palomo Grove. He is looking for the truth about who his father is and who he really is. His mother recently died in Chicago.

Meanwhile, Joyce calls to her daughter in their home, Jo-Beth. Joyce always feels sick now, and she wants Jo-Beth to have the pastor call on her. She agrees, and leaves the house for work. She speaks with her brother, Tommy-Ray, briefly before she goes to work. He asks her...

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