Undermajordomo Minor - Chapters 10, 11, & 12: A Blue Boy, Mr. Broom & Tomas the Gambler & Lucy, Liberated Summary & Analysis

Patrick deWitt
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A week goes by and Lucy does not speak to Klara. The Baron and Baroness retire to their separate rooms and stay there. One day. Lucy watches Klara and Adolphus speak through his telescope. She strokes the soldier’s cheek and Lucy’s heart is broken.

Lucy takes to bed and refuses to get up. Mr. Olderglough tries to talk the boy out of his depression, but to no avail. Memel, still sick, comes to take Lucy out for a walk. At first, Lucy says he is “too sad” (255) to go anywhere, but Memel convinces him. They go to the cemetery and Memel shows Lucy the gravestone of his wife. Memel tells Lucy he will soon join her, and that he has already written his epitaph. He asks Lucy what his gravestone will say...

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