The Magic Thief - Chapter 36 Summary & Analysis

Sarah Prineas
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In Chapter 36, Conn finally wakes up after the explosion. He is in his room, covered with blankets. Instantly, he can feel that his locus magicalicus is gone. “I had a hollow, dark, echoing place inside me where it had been” (396). Still, he is relieved to see everyone is safe. Nevery is sitting in the chair across the room, sleeping. Conn tries to rise, but is extremely dizzy. Nevery wakes up and asks Conn how he feels and what he rememebers. Conn wants to know what happened to Crowe and Pettivox. Nevery says Pettivox disappears and is “presumed dead” and Crowe is in the Duchess’s prison, awaiting justice (398). Conn, exhausted, falls back asleep.

When he wakes again, Keeston is the one sitting in the chair across the room. Conn tries to rise once again, but is still tired and falls over. Benet enters, and...

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