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The publication begins with the correspondence that Edgar is composing to his fiancée Mary in which he describes to her his effort to locate the murderer of his buddy, and he sets out on his assignment. He goes for a stroll round the site where Waldegrave's body was found and there, for the very first timehe sees Clithero whom he describes as " an body, strong and bizarre, and half nude", instantly recognizing him as a thing opposite than himself and everybody around him. Following a dialogue with him, which seemed more like an interrogation, Edgar starts to empathize with all Clithero and as he runs off to the woods, Edgar follows. He's endangered and in awe of this man's capacity to locate his way through the jungle and abruptly a feeling of competition appears in Edgar which turns into pure contest. Consequently, Edgar's inexplicably attracted to the character. He finds him in a cave including a madman, a savage, a barbarian: "His gray coat, extended claws, fiery eyes, along with a cry which he at that minute uttered, and which, by its similarity to the human voice, has been peculiarly terrific, persuading him to be the most ferocious and untamable of the detested race". At the entrance of the cave, a panther looks as a sign of Clithero's transformation to some primal, animalistic creature. This night, Edgar experiences sleepwalking for the very first time and also a succession of incidents starts that leads him deeper into the wilderness of the woods, in addition to the jungle of his identity. What's next is a spectacle of Edgar waking up in the base of a black hole where he fell while sleepwalking. He wakes up to find himself almost entirely nude, covered in blood and with no sign of civilization whatsoever. As he succeeds to creep from the pit, then he.