The Magician's Assistant - Section 2: Pages 26 Through 49 Summary & Analysis

Ann Patchett
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Section 2: Pages 26 Through 49 Summary

Roger proceeds to explain to Sabine that Parsifal left a Trust and letter of instructions for him at the time of his death. Roger gives Sabine the option of contacting the family herself, but she decides to think it over during the night. As she reads the letter, she assesses every conversation she and Parsifal ever had about his family. His story that they were from Connecticut and died in a car accident was the only story he had always stuck to, but the topic was one that he avoided and did not enjoy discussing.

The following day, Sabine meets her parents for lunch at a restaurant named Canter's. She explains about the letter and the family that Parsifal had never mentioned. Both her mother and father explore reasons why Parsifal would lie about his family, and they agree that whatever the reason...

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