Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas - Part II: Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Part II: Chapter 12 Summary

Still in the hotel suite, certain he is about to be arrested, Thompson receives a call from his friend, Bruce Innes. He has information regarding an ape Thompson had expressed interest in purchasing. Thompson heads to the Circus-Circus to meet Bruce, but by the time he arrives the ape has attacked a man in the bar and been taken away by the police.

Thompson ends the chapter with a story about a performance in Aspen where Bruce Innes sang the same songs, laced with the same anti-American sentiments that he currently sings at the Circus-Circus. While the anti-Americanism is ignored in Las Vegas, it was met with loud and angry criticism in Aspen from a famous unnamed astronaut. When the astronaut came to the table where both Innes and Thompson were seated and began to berate the Canadian singer...

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