Being There - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 Summary

It is Thursday. Chance turns on the TV as soon as he awakes, then calls the kitchen for his breakfast. While bringing in the breakfast tray, the maid tells him that Rand has had a relapse. Two more doctors have been summoned and they have been at Rand's bedside since midnight. She hands Chance a pile of newspapers and a typed note. After breakfast, EE calls and asks if he received her note and the papers. Apparently Chance has been described as one of the chief architects of the President's policy speech, and his comments on "This Evening" have been quoted next to the President's. EE praises Chance, telling him he was marvelous and that he impressed the President. Chance replies that he likes the President. EE asks if Chance is still going with her to the U.N. reception that afternoon, for...

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