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EPILOGUE

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The story returns to the viewpoint of the narrator rather than that of Conway’s manuscript. He has met up again with Rutherford in Delhi, India. Rutherford has just returned from Kashgar. When they go to Rutherford’s suite, the narrator notes immediately that Rutherford had gone in search of Conway. The trail ended somewhere in Upper Siam. Rutherford has come to the conclusion that Shangri-La lies somewhere inside the area of Baskul, Bangkok, Chung-Kiang and Kashgar. He never was able to enter Tibet, and he knows that Mallinson couldn’t have just walked out, because the terrain was so formidable. He had met an American who had tried to cross the Kuen-Lun Mountains, but could not find a pass even though he knew there were passes there. Rutherford questioned the man about a cone-shaped mountain almost as high as the Himalayas. He said there was a legend about it, but he didn’t really believe it. He also said there were plenty of ........

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Like all epilogues, this one attempts to tie up any loose ends of the story. Rutherford had searched hard for.........

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