The Bonfire of the Vanities - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

Kramer arrives in the Bronx with detectives Martin and Goldberg to witness a demonstration against White Justice scheduled for that evening by Bacon's people. DA Weiss has insisted they attend in the hopes of finding witnesses to the Lamb incident, since it is Henry's case the demonstrators are pleading tonight with their public demonstration. Bacon's people consist of a handful of half-hearted African-American protesters, including the tall, black man with the large gold earring. About 20 other white people show up from the gay and lesbian faction to support their fellow protesters.

Peter Fallow, hung over again, wonders where all the other protesters are. He had expected a large crowd of people up in arms about the Lamb case. There are fewer than 30 people, and most of them have nothing to do with Henry Lamb or Reverend Bacon. A man from the Daily News...

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