The Story of Lucy Gault - Part 5, Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part 5, Chapter 3 Summary

The keeper at the asylum, Mr. Quirke, talks to Horahan. He is talking about Lucy, and what a great friend she is. He is letting Horahan help him sharpen the knives, which is a great honor, for no one in the asylum is allowed to touch the knives. Mr. Quirke shows Horahan how to make a bird box that he suggests Horahan give to Lucy the next time she wins at snakes and ladders as a surprise.

Part 5, Chapter 3 Analysis

Mr. Quirke is a kind keeper, and it is evident that the friendship between Lucy and Horahan is fostered here. It is also evident that Horahan is a gentle inmate and is attended to well at this institution.

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