The Lost Horizon - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Epilogue Summary

The story of the narrator and Rutherford is continued. This time, they are in New Delhi. Rutherford says he searched for Conway. The last thing he heard was that Conway had left Bangkok and gone toward the Chinese border. Perhaps he went back to the valley of the Blue Moon. The narrator says that he read the manuscript carefully. It is remarkable. Rutherford says he wrote only what Conway told him.

Getting back to facts, Rutherford knows that Conway left Baskul on May 20 and arrived in Chung-Kiang on October 5. Rutherford tried to get into Tibet, but the authorities would not allow him to wander around the Kuen-Luns on his own without a proper expedition. The range is very high and unexplored. It is impossible to find a passage through because there are no maps. Rutherford ran across an American who had hiked there...

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