Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas - Part I: Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Part I: Chapter 7 Summary

Thompson and his attorney return to their room at the Mint, where they find a key to the room of the photographer they are meant to be working with. The attorney has a paranoid delusion that the photographer has stolen the woman he met earlier at the racetrack. In truth, the photographer has had nothing to do with the woman, nor did she have any real attachment to the attorney. This incident again shows the attorney's violent side and reveals a razor-sharp hunting knife with which he threatens the entire crowd on the elevator. Thompson hustles his attorney to the room, and leaves him there in order to move the car to the hotel garage. When he returns, his attorney is in the bathtub listening to a radio cranked up to full volume. He has finished the remainder of...

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