The Piano Tuner - Chapters 18 and 19 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 18 and 19 Summary

Edgar writes a letter to Katherine telling her about playing for the sawbwa. He says that he needs to remain in Mae Lwin to find something in himself, or to fill a sense of emptiness, but after that he promises to return.

Carroll sends for Edgar and asks him to ride with him to Mong Pu, half a day's ride north. Carroll is going for political reasons but says he wants Edgar just for company. As they ride, Carroll tells Edgar that he once left to return to England, but turned back at Aden and returned to Burma. He missed it too much and could not face leaving. Edgar mentions the Man with One Story and Carroll says that he heard the story too, about the Greek War of Independence. Edgar is surprised that the Man with One Story's story was...

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