The Storyteller (Jodi Picoult) - Part II, Pages 265-358 Summary & Analysis

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The parallel story of Ania continues as she witnesses what appears to be a wild man consuming what is clearly the last of Baruch Beiler. When she confronts him about his actions, he calls her a hypocrite because she wanted Beiler dead. In response, she reminds the man that he killed her father too and attacks him. Aleksander appears and stops her, revealing that the other man is his brother Casimir, whom he says is feeble-minded and always has a leather mask over his face because he eats things he should not. Running away, Ania sobs that Casimir murdered the only person who ever loved her, but Aleks says he (Ania's father) was not the only person to ever love her. He also confesses that he, not Casimir, is behind her father's death - in other words that he, Aleks, is...

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