Dry - Chapter 10, The Mirrors of LA Summary & Analysis

Augusten Burroughs
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Chapter 10, The Mirrors of LA Summary and Analysis

Greer and Augusten go to California to shoot a commercial for the German beer client, whom Augusten calls the Nazi. They stay at the Chateau Marmont. Greer and Augusten talk about how they hate babysitting clients during commercials. Augusten removes the small bottles in the minibar so he isn't tempted. He feels more shallow when he's in Los Angeles. At dinner, he and Greer sit with the Nazi, who doesn't want to make small talk. He is only interested in talking about work. Augusten notices the Nazi's furry arms, which makes him miss Foster. The next morning, Greer and Augusten are walking when they see a bus that has "help, call police" on its marquis. Greer pulls out her phone and Augusten thinks she's calling 911, but Greer only wants to remind one of...

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