The Humans: A Novel - Part II: "Two Weeks in the Dordogne and a Box of Dominoes" - "Places beyond Logic" Summary & Analysis

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In “Two Weeks in the Dordogne and a Box of Dominoes,” Isobel and the narrator were in the living room while Gulliver and Newton were upstairs, and Isobel went over the previous night saying they could have been killed. Isobel asked what happened to the narrator's tablets and he said that he threw them away. They decided that Gulliver was better off at home than in the hospital and the narrator asked if what happened to Gulliver was because of the night he had his breakdown. Isobel reminded him that he had never really been there for Gulliver, despite what the narrator said about the time he and Gulliver spent quality time together on holiday in France. Isobel reminded him that he was largely absent for Gulliver's early years...

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