This is a locked chapterChapter 150: A Fork in the Road
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This chapter's epigraph is from a famous poem by Edgar Allan Poe. In the poem, Edgar explains that he wants to destroy all life on earth except for his wife, Lilia, and himself. He wants to be reunited with her, but he doesn't know how to get there. He's not sure how to do it, he says, because there's no other way. He tells his servant, Tullus, that he's going to find a way to get rid of Lilia. Tullus thinks this is a good idea, since he'll be able to go to his new office and have a drink with his new boss. He also tells Tullus that there are a lot of people in the world who are having trouble finding a place to live, and that's partly why they're having so much trouble finding places to live. He suggests that Tullus should open an inn in order to help people find their way there.