Everybody's Fool - Triangle – Suppositories Summary & Analysis

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In "Triangle," Police Chief Douglas Raymer arrives late in Hilldale Cemetery in North Bath, New York, to witness the interment of Judge Barton Flatt, on a very hot day in late May. Raymer has not been to Hilldale since his wife, Becka’s funeral. Mayor Gus Moynihan waves Raymer over to join him and other dignitaries. Raymer explains he is late because he got a call from Charice Bond, the black dispatcher, to bring home Alice, the kind but mentally unstable wife of Moynihan who is still troubled by Becka’s death. Raymer wishes he were anywhere else other than the funeral. A strange pastor, who Raymer nicknames Reverend Tunic, wearing a multicolored tunic presides. Raymer thinks about how he must write a speech for Monday’s big event, in which the middle school will be renamed for Beryl Peoples, a strict but...

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