The Executioner's Song - Book 2, Part 4 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Part 4 Summary

Part 4 of the second book in Executioner's Song is essentially a collection of anecdotes occurring in the lives of some of the players in the Gilmore drama during the Christmas and New Year season of 1976-77. While many of the institutions, agencies and officials, at least in their official capacities, are closed, absent or sluggish during this traditional stop-work period, not so the people. Gary is still in maximum security and stirring things up, and the two Provo lawyers representing his and Vern's interests still visit Gary on a twice-daily basis. They are becoming quite fond of him. The lawyers ask Gary questions that Schiller provides, and then they record his answers for later publication. Schiller, in the meantime, is vacationing in Hawaii, attempting to smooth out a rocky relationship with Stephanie, his assistant/traveling companion and trophy fiancy. With the happy couple are both...

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