Collected Fictions - Brodie's Report: Part I Summary & Analysis

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Brodie's Report: Part I Summary

The Interloper

Christian Nielsen brings home a woman named Julia one day. His brother, Eduardo brings a girl home too, but throws her out. Julia is submissive and a servant to the men. Christian leaves the house and says to Eduardo that he can have Julia. This does not quite work, and then one day, the men actually sell the woman. One day, Christian kills Julia. The men hug, and bury the body.

Unworthy

Fischbein is an Argentinean Jew who is invited to Ferrari's hangout and becomes part of Ferrari's gang. There is a plot to rob Weidemann's weaving mill, planned by Ferrari and an older guy, Don Eliseo. Ferrari asks Fischbein to be the lookout for the robbery that is supposed to occur Friday night. Fischbein tells the police about the robbery plan and then goes...

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