The Luminaries: A Novel - Part III Summary & Analysis

Eleanor Catton
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Walter Moody sees the engagement of Francis Carver and Lydia Wells in the paper. It has Carver’s address as the Palace Hotel. Moody knows that Carver may pay for a room at the Palace, but since the night of the séance, Carver has slept in a small room next to the kitchen in the Crown that gives him a view of the Kaniere road.

Moody is not a skillful prospector. He knows he should find a group to prospect with, but he prefers to go alone. Moody finds Ah Sook sleeping in a tent on his claim. He is happy to see the man since he has been thought missing. It has been a month since the man has been seen. Ah Sook asks about Francis Carver. Moody informs him that he is sleeping at the Crown Hotel. Moody tells Ah...

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