Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas - Part II: Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Part II: Chapter 4 Summary

Returning to their suite, Thompson and his attorney find that Lucy has telephoned them. Though they try to ignore the message, the desk clerk is persistent, informing Thompson that the girl on the phone sounded very disturbed. Thompson concocts a story about her being a case study concerning drug use. Believing that Thompson is somehow connected with the police, the clerk agrees not to pursue the subject. Aggravated by the call and worried about the trouble they could incur because of the girl, Thompson prepares again to depart Las Vegas.

Part II: Chapter 4 Analysis

Nothing in particular stands out about Chapter 4, though, once again Thompson shows himself as more aware and practical than his attorney. The trouble the pair could get into is mounting. Not only are they in possession of illicit drugs and an illegal weapon, but also...

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