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Thursday Next in the Well of Lost Plots: A Novel - Chapter 14: Educating the Generics Summary & Analysis

Jasper Fforde
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Chapter 14: Educating the Generics Summary

As Chapter 14: Educating the Generics begins, Thursday explains that Big Martin made a mess of the ProCath fanatics that attacked during the rage-counseling session, and that the mess was easily cleaned up. Since the rage-counseling session took place between chapters, the readers did not notice anything. Thursday explains that the only evidence seen in Wuthering Heights that the attack occurred is Hareton's shotgun, which accidentally exploded in chapter 32, likely as a result of a ricocheting bullet damaging the latching mechanism.

Thursday returns home to the flying boat and Granny asks her how her day went. Thursday explains that it started very expositional, but ended very dramatically.

As Thursday makes omelettes and tea, she tells Granny she cannot remember Landen's second name. Granny asks if Thursday remembers what he looks like. She says yes, but that she still...

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