The Pelican Brief Essay | John Grisham: the Pelican Brief

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John Grisham: the Pelican Brief

Summary: Two Supreme Court Justices, Rosenberg and Jensen, are murdered. Darby Shaw starts an investigation in different libraries for some days and opens a file about her theory why Rosenberg and Jensen could have been killed. She thinks that Victor Mattiece is responsible for the two deaths because Rosenberg and Jensen prevent him of gaining the oil in South Louisiana and in fact, her theory is completely true.
The Pelican Brief

Characters:

Darby Shaw: She is a 24- year- old girl from Tulane University, New Orleans and the main Character in the novel. She is a good- looking, very intelligent woman who has graduated with magna cum laude with a degree in biology and planned to graduate magna cum laude with a degree in law and afterwards she wants to defeat chemical companies for polluting the environment. She has an affair with Thomas Callahan, who is her law professor at University. Darby Shaw is the author of the "Pelican Brief."

Thomas Callahan: He is a liberal, handsome law professor, 45 years- old and interested in much younger women. Thomas Callahan has good connections to the FBI because of his old friend Gavin Verheek. He is the first person who gets interested in the "Pelican Brief."

Gavin Verheek: One of Thomas Callahan's best friends from...

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