Democracy - Part 3: Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3: Chapter 1 Summary

Inez is staying in an apartment in Hong Kong, and Jack is shuttling back and forth to Saigon. He is playing a role in the evacuation but is frustrated at the ineffectiveness of its management. He is also looking for Jessie. "You might not find her," says Inez.

"I always found you," Jack says. "I guess I can find your daughter."

Part 3: Chapter 1 Analysis

Here, we see not only Jack's effectiveness at doing what he does, but also the extent of his devotion to Inez. Ironically, he is the only person in Inez's life who has ever been devoted to her in a significant way; neither her father nor her mother nor her husband ever had been. On the other hand, Inez clearly has an emotional bond to Jessie, her daughter, but not to her son.

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