Democracy - Part 2: Chapters 11 and 12 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Chapters 11 and 12 Summary

Jack walks into the Christians' dining room and asks Inez, in front of the family and Billy Dillon, "Do you want to go somewhere?" Harry and Adlai arrive on a private jet, but Jessie does not come to the funeral.

Jack and Inez go to the hospital to wait out the hours until Janet can be legally declared dead. The official statement worked out by Dillon for her behavior is that she is overwrought.

Part 2: Chapters 11 and 12 Analysis

Leading up to this scene, the issue has not been that the family and Dillon were unaware of Jack's role in Inez's life; they simply had never had to confront it before. Now, though, Jack steps out from the shadows and takes on an actively protective and supportive role for Inez, and she has never needed it more. This is also...

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