A Brief History of Seven Killings - White Lines / Kids in America p. 532-569 Summary & Analysis

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Ken winds up in Dorcas’ apartment. He fixes them drinks out of what little she has in her fridge. Before long, they’re singing and dancing to a Prince album. Ken uses her bathroom and comes back holding a copy of the book How to Disappear Completely and Never Be Found.

Tristan tells Alex that Josey is coming to New York that day and notices that Josey gets quiet. Alex finally admits to Tristan he can’t go back to Jamaica because he killed a man. When Alex describes the man he killed, Tristan recognizes him as Tony Pavarotti. He asks Alex what he did to anger Josey Wales, the only one who would have ordered a killing like that. As he thinks Tristan realizes that Josey Wales accidentally told Alex that the bullet that hit the Singer...

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