Democracy - Part 2: Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Chapter 1 Summary

Inez and Jack Lovett had met on Inez's seventeenth birthday during the intermission of a ballet performance in Honolulu. He was still married to Carla at the time, but the marriage was on its last legs. Later, he encountered Inez on a cane road with a boy who was in the cane field vomiting; Jack gives them a ride back to town. He and Inez begin to meet, and when he is ready to leave the island, she says, "I suppose we'll run into each other here or there."

Also in this chapter is a completely different scene, in which Inez marries Harry Victor in an informal service at City Hall, with Billy Dillon as witness. She is two months pregnant. Two months after the wedding, she miscarries. She sends Jack a wedding announcement, which doesn't catch up with him until...

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