The Monstrumologist - Chapter Two: His Services Are Indispensable to Me Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Two: His Services Are Indispensable to Me Summary

In Chapter Two, Warthrop works well into the next day, explaining about the fetus progress in the host, the barbed fingers of the creature, its huge hands and amazing legs, allowing it to leap up to forty feet. He also explains the Anthropophagi hunt at night, and generally in packs. The doctor continues to autopsy the creature, removing limbs, organs, and other body parts, explaining to Will Henry about each. After pulling the brain from an area just above the groin, Warthrop mentions they have the intellectual capacity of a two year old. The doctor forages forward, but Will Henry knows that he will eventually crash into a state of melancholy.

For tonight, however, Warthrop continues on, warning that the Anthropophagi must be sought and killed, but Will eventually...

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