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A Scanner Darkly Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12 (pages 189-208) Summary

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Chapter 12 (pages 189-208) Summary

Two days later, Fred watches his surveillance subject Bob Arctor pull out a book and quite obviously pretend to read from it. At this point in the novel, Fred seems to have lost sight of the fact that he is Arctor in disguise. Fred finds Arctor's speech, including a portion in German, mystifying. He decides that Arctor is nuts. Alternatively, perhaps Arctor knows that he is being monitored and is therefore playing mind games with his observers.

On the holo-scan, Luckman leaves his bedroom and sits with Arctor in the living room. Arctor tells Luckman that he drove by the Maylar Microdot Corporation Building and saw a large number of people searching for missing microdots with tweezers. He describes the tiny building to Luckman. Then the two men discuss Barris's idea to smuggle hash across the border by building a mannequin made of...

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