The Magician's Assistant - Section 6: Pages 124 Through 148 Summary & Analysis

Ann Patchett
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Section 6: Pages 124 Through 148 Summary

Dot and Bertie are waiting for Sabine once she arrives along with Bertie's fiancé, Haas. Haas is quiet, almost seeming shy, but he clearly dotes on Bertie, and Sabine feels a sense of joy for her. When she arrives at the Fetters home, she is immediately reminded of a comment that Parsifal had made about how much he hated paintings of covered bridges and prints made of them as she stares at a huge print of just such a painting hanging over the couch. Once she spies the photos hanging on the wall, she remembers Dot looking through her home for photos and feels the same compulsion. The Fetters are concerned about Kitty, the other sister, not being at the house to make supper and are embarrassed about having to send out for pizza but will not go into any further detail on...

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