The Magician's Assistant - Study Guide Section 11: Pages 247 Through 271 Summary & Analysis

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Sabine thinks of Phan, all that he had gone through in his life, and how none of it had showed on his face. She recalls how happy he seemed to be in the life that he built for himself, and she wonders if Parsifal and Phan found solace with each other when the night came. Sabine, worn out by the stories and the horrors in the past of the lives of the ones that she loved, wonders if they all put on a brave face for her. She is tired, and Kitty trails her to bed. They lay down in the bed, and Sabine tells Kitty of how Parsifal bought a rug at a flea market, sold it for much more and had built his business from the sale. She had thought him the luckiest man alive at the time. Sabine falls asleep...

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