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Amsterdam Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4 Summary

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Chapter 4 Summary

On the day before publication of the Garmony story, Vernon notices that he has a new purpose in life ever since he has undertaken the ruin of Garmony. He has not spoken to Clive since their argument and he decides to call Clive as a gesture of reconciliation. During their phone call, Clive confesses to Vernon that he witnessed a violent argument between a couple on the hiking trail and that he chose to work on his symphony rather than rescue the woman. Vernon is only half listening to Clive's confession.

In a meeting with his newspaper staff, Vernon accepts accolades for his journalistic instinct that led him to push for publication of the Garmony photos, which are to appear on the front page of the Judge the following day. Although Vernon's colleagues initially had their reservations about the publication of the Garmony story, with the secret...

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