Democracy - Part 4: Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4: Chapter 3 Summary

Inez tells Didion about Jack's death and burial in a military cemetery in Hong Kong. He had died while swimming in the hotel pool where they were staying, and she had called a number he had given her in case anything happened to him. A Mr. Soebadio had arranged for a private Learjet to take her and the body to Honolulu, where he was buried.

Part 4: Chapter 3 Analysis

Inez has come into her own. She may have suffered loss of memory, and she may have been manipulated by Billy Dillon, her own husband, and the other forces that keep the political machinery going for most of her life, but she is in charge now. From beyond the grave, Jack gives her the tools to close the final chapter of their life together, and she uses those tools to quietly, clandestinely, place...

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