The Prestige - Section Twelve: Part Four (pages 278-308) Summary & Analysis

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Section Twelve: Part Four (pages 278-308) Summary

Angier's journal reviews his rehearsals, and he notes his eagerness to perform the illusion, In A Flash. He comments on the process being a very painful one, but the physical recovery is far faster than the mental recovery he has to endure. At first, he finds the process causes him great bouts of depression. He also notes Tesla had warned him about this and the other after-effects he must deal with at the end of each performance. This first appearance of the illusion did not bring Angier's desired result, as the illusion was completed so quickly that the audience did not seem to register the feat. Angier realizes he needs to build up the illusion further before the performance and hopes that within a month's time he will have this accomplished and be...

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