Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas - Study Guide Part II: Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Thinking of the story told him by his friend, Thompson pulls the White Whale into the Flamingo parking lot. Returning to their annihilated suite, Thompson ponders the potential penalties their actions could entail. This leads to him reminiscing about a recent incident involving his attorney.

One morning before his attorney left, a maid entered Thompson's room to find Thompson still asleep and his attorney kneeling in the closet vomiting into his shoes. The maid screamed, and Thompson's overwrought attorney tackled her and held an icebag over her mouth. Thompson, shocked awake, leapt out of bed and shouted that the maid was under arrest. After all three calmed somewhat, Thompson and his attorney fabricated a story intended to keep the maid from telling anyone else of the incident, explaining that they were undercover narcotics agents and enlisting her services as an operative. The woman...

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