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The Talbot Odyssey Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 36-38 Summary

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Chapter 36-38 Summary

West tries to convince Thorpe that if he learns the truth about Talbot and the electrical experiments then the Russians will have to kill him. West reveals that the Russians have protected themselves against an electromagnetic pulse, or EMP, a massively destructive electric current that would end all technology in the United States. West convinces Thorpe to unstrap him for a moment so that he can stretch, and West shocks Thorpe with the electrodes. He nearly escapes when Eva returns and whips him unconscious.

He wakes up strapped to the table only a few minutes later. He is face-down and only strapped down on his legs. His arms are free so that Eva can watch him flail while she whips him. Thorpe compliments the former professor on his bravery and prepares to leave West with Eva and her whip. Just then, West pulls a handful...

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