The Executioner's Song - Book 2, Part 7 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Part 7 Summary

In the final chapter of Executioner's Song, Mailer deals with some of the loose ends of the many minor characters he has introduced throughout his 1,000-plus page tome. A few of the loose ends he ties up, but for the most part, he just teases them a bit. Earl Dorius gets his nose bent a little out of shape because, after all of the work he did, he doesn't get much ink until Mailer's book. That may not be as petty as it seems, given what publicity might do for a young attorney's career. Pete Galovan, the religious fanatic whom Gary fought, has a Mormon vision - visions happen a lot to Mormons - in which Gary comes into his room while he is praying. Gary is in a white robe, while two men who accompany him are clad in natty white suits. Gary is...

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