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Fear and Loathing: On the Campaign Trail '72 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11, November Summary

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Chapter 11, November Summary and Analysis

The chapter's subheadings are included at the top of this chapter. They are typical of Hunter S. Thompson in that they are phrases, emotional, dramatic incomplete sentences. "At the Midnight Hour...Stoned on the Zoo Plane; Stomped in Sioux Falls," (p. 419). This chapter runs from page 419 to 458. This makes it more typical of the chapter lengths found in this book. There are a few photographs in this chapter in addition to the miniature icons that continue to be used to separate one piece from another. Hunter continues to act as a "rock-n-roll emissary" into the political arena. His writing style, while ill-fitted to the Times effectively causes otherwise disinterested parties to be willing to read about politics. At the very least, they feel they are able to learn about this from one of their own. The most salient point about this first section...

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