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American Subversive Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 13: pages 251-269 Summary

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Section 13: pages 251-269 Summary

Aidan's handlers, Jim and Carol, tell Aidan that Paige had been hiding in a busy college town in the Midwest where she had begun frequenting a nearby Internet cafe, though she knows it is risky to adopt such a routine. One morning, Paige left and never came back; "something unexpected must have happened because she left all her stuff behind" (page 252). Looking out the window into the dark, he hopes Paige is out there someone because it would be worse if she is not.

Aidan takes a cab to the Liberty Inn and asks for Isabel Clarke. The clerk directs him to her room where he finds that Paige has changed her appearance to tousled black hair and dark-framed glasses. When Paige asks why Cressida was at his apartment, Aidan admits there is a chance that Cressida recognized her. He offers to call...

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