The Bingo Palace - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

Lyman has a dream that he is at a slot machine, and he is winning time after time. After a while, he starts to see faces that he knows appearing in the screen of the slot machine. Three images of Shawnee's face gives him the jackpot, and he sees Redford, Zelda and Lipsha and keeps getting coins. He is disturbed by the face of Fleur Pillager that keeps popping up in the machine and disturbed by the fact that he never sees his own face. It's Lyman's belief that his reflection or his true face was left at the bottom of the lake the day that he tried unsuccessfully to save his brother from drowning. Lyman's dream takes him into the bush of the forest, where he sees Fleur's face clearly. She tells him: "This time don't sell out for a barrel of...

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