A Brief History of Seven Killings - Sound Boy Killing p. 640-688 Summary & Analysis

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As Josey paces around his cell, he tells Doctor Love there are some people who are still trying to find a way to kill him, even in prison. He’s angry considering he believes the country owes him something for helping them win the election. Doctor Love reminds him the parties have changed since that time and that he messed up by shooting up the crack house. He tells Josey there is a story about the death of a pregnant girl in that shooting in The New Yorker. Josey asks again why Doctor Love is there, why he didn’t wait to visit him in America. Although Josey believes he has the loyalty of everyone in Jamaica as well as in New York Doctor Love reminds him of the murder of Weeper. He hints there is someone in America who...

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