Dog Soldiers - pages 204-267 Summary & Analysis

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Converse returns to the house on Telegraph Avenue. Mr. Roche almost, gleeful, tells Converse that the lock has been changed. Converse points out that he has paid the rent. Roche says it is being taken care of. When Converse goes into the apartment, he sees Antheil, a tall broad shouldered man. There are two other men in the room. Antheil takes Converse and goes into Janey's room. Antheil begins to talk about Converse's play and the downfalls in the main character. Antheil asks Converse if the play is autobiographical in any way, the main character is in fact Converse. Converse shrugs.

The conversation turns to June and Converse's current predicament. Antheil chastises Converse for being so stupid. Converse refuses to talk without a lawyer. Although Antheil has no proof, he is a clever man and Converse knows it. Antheil tells Converse...

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