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The Magician's Assistant Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 14: Pages 321 Through 345 Summary

Ann Patchett
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Section 14: Pages 321 Through 345 Summary

In the family gathering after the show, Sabine finally mentions that she is ready to leave. The Fetter family is all shocked to hear the news, but Sabine is insistent that she is ready to face her life again and deal with her responsibilities. Kitty even comments that Sabine is over Parsifal, and they all become quiet. Sabine goes back to work on the model home that she is building for the boys, but just as she is beginning the project, there is not that much for them to watch. As the night winds down and everyone goes to bed, Sabine finds trouble sleeping in the larger bed in Bertie's room. When Kitty knocks, Sabine is not really sleeping yet. Kitty apologizes for the comment about Sabine being over her brother and then kisses Sabine, gently and purposely on the mouth, leaving Sabine...

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