Angels: A Novel - Pages 127 – 166 Summary & Analysis

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The narrative shifts ahead to slightly later in the day of the heist. Burris panicked after the gunfire began, so he fled the scene on foot and went into a movie theater to hide. In the theater, he watches a violent western movie. Burris finds that he identifies with the outlaw characters in the movie, who seem unable to return to moral lives after breaking into the world of crime. Burris, unsure of what to do, simply goes to his job the next day. He works at a factory. In the middle of the day, a police officer arrives arrests Burris. The narrative then shifts to Bill, who is being held in a jail while awaiting trial for murder. Bill meets with Samuel Fredericks, Bill’s appointed public defender. Fredericks says that Dwight, James, and Burris are all in custody. James was badly injured...

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