Fear and Loathing: On the Campaign Trail '72 - Chapter 14, November Concluded Summary & Analysis

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Hunter S Thompson continues the dialogue with Ed. As previously alluded to, Ed mainly participates by asking questions. His manner is that of an interviewer; this is not an interrogation. Hunter answers the majority of questions in a straight forward manner, but in other cases he wriggles under the pressure. When he tells of how the woman reporter would get doubly intoxicated on alcohol and marijuana - she might argue that this was simply an adult form of being high on sugar and caffeine at the same time "boing, boing boing," she tore the clothes of the aircraft pilot more than once. He did not mind, and luckily, this did not endanger the flight. Despite the raucous behavior, no one in his or her right mind could deny the pleasure of this sense of being wanted and of belonging. In terms...

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