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Thursday Next in the Well of Lost Plots: A Novel - Chapter 4: Landen Parke-Laine Summary & Analysis

Jasper Fforde
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Chapter 4: Landen Parke-Laine Summary

Chapter 4: Landen Parke-Laine opens immediately after the end of Chapter 3 with Thursday dreaming about the Crimea, where she met Landen. Thursday gives the circumstances of her service in the Crimean War, which had been going on for 120 years at that point.

The dream was about the first time Thursday and Landen spent any time together. Thursday was to drive Landen in an armored scout car to an observation post. They referred to the incident as their "first date." As the dream progresses, Thursday knows what is coming, and how many words a soldier has left before he is killed in action. However, the dream does not go the way it is supposed to. Instead of the soldier dying, Landen does. This wakes Thursday and she bolts upright in bed. She is trying to remember something, and Granny reminds her...

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