The Prestige - Section 8: Part 4 (pages 182-202) Summary & Analysis

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Section 8: Part 4 (pages 182-202) Summary

Angier's journal proceeds with the further consequences that follow in the wake of the failed séance. Julia is injured in the fall to the floor and loses the baby she was carrying. Due to this, she is taken with depression and spends her time in her room alone. Rupert comments that they both suffer over the loss of the child, but he has his work to distract him. Angier decides to never allow her to be in danger again and hires an assistant to assist in the séances, but in between his own performances, he follows Alfred Borden's performances as well. Angier notes three years with only his yearly incomes and no further information, other than noting he has bought a home, his bookings are full, and that he is the most sought after illusionist...

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