The Executioner's Song - Study Guide Book 2, Part 5 Summary & Analysis

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While Schiller is in Hawaii, his partner Farrell continues to rough out a Playboy interview that Schiller has already contracted for. Moody and Sanger continue to go into the prison twice a day, spending hours visiting Gary through a glass barrier, speaking on telephones and recording the interviews. Neither Schiller nor Farrell is pleased with the way the two attorneys present the questions to the murderer. They have grown fond of Gary, as indeed everyone seems to do when they spend any significant amount of time with him, and they often make jokes around the questions, minimizing the importance of the deeper psychological and mystical topics the writer and producer are interested in. Moody and Sanger are attorneys, and they are infected with the sort of "wiser then mere mortals" virus that seems to target law school graduates. They look at the interviewing...

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