The Humans: A Novel - Part II:”Sleepwalking" - "Intermission" Summary & Analysis

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Part II is titled “I Held a Jewel in My Fingers.” In the first chapter of this section, “Sleepwalking,” the narrator was preparing to eliminate Gulliver by manipulating his movements in his sleep. He instructed him to get up from bed, walk to his door and was about to tell him to fall forward down the stairs when something stopped him. He felt as though he needed more time then Gulliver started attacking him while still sleeping. The narrator allowed him to do so in order to be able to understand the violence then he woke up. Isobel came up and saw what had happened.

In “I Was a Wasn’t,” Isobel cleaned the narrator's injuries in the bathroom, with the narrator being able to heal himself but not allowing himself to so that she would not get suspicious. He...

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