Disclosure (novel) - Wednesday, pp 236 - 296 Summary & Analysis

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On the ferry the following morning, Mary Anne showed Sanders the gossip column that Constance “Connie” Walsh from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer had written about him. Although neither Sanders nor DigiCom was named, it would be clear to those familiar with Sanders’ problem who the article was about. It included blatant lies, accusing Sanders of working for weeks in advance to keep Meredith from being hired, and claimed that a man could not be raped by a woman. She referred to Sanders as “Mr. Piggy” (238) and claimed that he had affairs, drank excessively, and pressured his wife to quit her job.

Mary Anne assumed there had to be a leak in the company in order for Connie to have gotten the story. After she sat with him for a while, Mary Anne told him she hoped everything turned out okay. As he watched...

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