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The Magician's Assistant Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 5: Pages 99 Through 124 Summary

Ann Patchett
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Section 5: Pages 99 Through 124 Summary

In the days after the Fetters leave for Nebraska, Sabine returns to bed. On the eighth day, a letter comes from Dot with four photos, three from out back that Bertie had taken and one of Parsifal as a boy. She tries to imagine his life then. The next day, Sabine meets her parents at Canter's. They voice their concern that meeting the Fetters was bad for her and that they have made her loss worse. Sabine, however, cannot seem to get the idea of visiting the Fetters out of her mind. When she goes home, the house feels bigger, emptier, and she acknowledges that she cannot stay there any longer as all she remembers is the last day she was with Parsifal. She relives that last day in every detail from the machine, Parsifal's fear and then his death.

Sabine finally calls...

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