The Sea, the Sea - Postscript Summary & Analysis

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This section of the book returns to the diary style of writing. Charles writes a paragraph here, a paragraph there, the rambling contents of which are anchored by descriptions of his new life in James' apartment, which he keeps almost completely as James left it. Diary entries reveal that in his will, James named Charles his sole heir. Entries also reveal that museums and other interested parties insistently ask to be given his books and artifacts, requests that Charles eventually agrees to. The only thing he keeps is the ornate casket which he now believes quite seriously contains a demon. Diary entries also recount his process of selling Shruff End, and of rebuilding friendships with Lizzie (who appears to be devoting herself to him in the non sexual but utterly loving way she always wanted), Gilbert (who has a great deal of success...

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