The Magician's Lie - Chapters 13 - 19 Summary & Analysis

Greer Macallister
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Chapter 13, “The Phantom Bride”, was set in 1896. Arden recounted her journey with Clive from North Carolina to Washington, which took more than a month. Clyde made sexual advances towards Arden but she refused him. Clyde accepted her decision and told her that he wasn’t ready to make any sort of commitment because he was too young. They stayed with Clyde’s cousin in Baltimore. While they were there, Clyde proposed to Arden and she said yes. Later, Clyde revealed that he had not been serious when he had proposed and had meant it only as a scheme to convince his cousin to give them some money as a wedding present. Arden was deeply hurt by this. The pair carried on to New York. When they arrived, Arden demanded her half of the money. Clyde had arranged a boarding house for Arden to...

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