The People in the Trees - The Memoirs of A. Norton Perina – Part 7, After / Epilogue / Postscript Summary & Analysis

Hanya Yanagihara
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In his narration, Perina touches briefly on the humiliations of being interrogated and tried (again assuming the reader has heard all the necessary details), and reveals that he was accused of abuse by Victor, with the angry, vindictive support of Owen and Owen’s boyfriend. He then briefly discusses his imprisonment: how he no longer had dreams (where once his dreams had been very vivid), and how as a result he spent most of his time daydreaming about Ivu’ivu – his time with the boy in the jungle, but mostly of his time with Tallent, imagining even more journeys with him. “Somewhere on the island,” he writes as this section concludes, “is a place where we belong, where we will lie down next to each other and know we will never have to look again...

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