The Magician's Assistant - Section 3: Pages 50 Through 74 Summary & Analysis

Ann Patchett
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Section 3: Pages 50 Through 74 Summary

Sabine takes the Fetters to the cemetery where Parsifal is buried and purchases two bouquets for Parsifal and Phan. Both the woman comment on the beauty of the cemetery, while Sabine's mind wanders back to when Phan and Parsifal purchased the plots. At that time, Phan had slipped aside to tell her that he had purchased one for her as well because she is family and should be with them, even though she thought the place crass. Dot's visit with the grave is conversational. She tells Guy all about how they learned of his death, and amid her chatting, she notices Phan's grave. When Sabine explains that Phan bought the plots, Dot places a flower on his grave for being so kind to her son. At Sabine's house, the Fetters are taken with everything in the house as they...

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