The Magician's Assistant - Section 8: Pages 174 Through 197 Summary & Analysis

Ann Patchett
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Section 8: Pages 174 Through 197 Summary

The next morning, Dot meets Sabine in the kitchen, prepared to take her to the airport if she asks to leave. When Sabine declines to leave, Dot tells her how poorly she had dealt with the entire affair, how she had named Bertie after her father and how she thought now that it sent the wrong message to Guy, that it told him that she missed her abusive husband more than the son that had protected her. Once Dot had been properly assured that Sabine was not going to leave over the family revelation, she leaves for work, and Sabine gets a chance to call her family and tell them that she arrived safe, that she felt closer to Parsifal in Alliance and that she was finding what she came to. Although they are happy to hear it, they want her home.

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