Wieland; and Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist - Chapters II & III Summary & Analysis

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Chapters II & III Summary

In Chapter II, the narrator describes the mysterious events of her father's death. Late at night, he had gone to his temple, alone. Her mother could see the temple from her window and witnessed a flash of light followed by the sound of an explosion. Thinking that a gunshot had been fired, she summoned the narrator's uncle to investigate. Entering the temple, her uncle saw a bright cloud of light that vanished as soon as he entered. He found the narrator's father, naked and burned. He had apparently been struck a heavy blow on the arm. Upon regaining consciousness, her father told that he had thought someone came into the temple but before he turned around, he was struck on the arm and set on fire by a bright spark. He refused to say any more, leaving the impression...

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