Freedom (novel) - 2001: Mountaintop Removal Summary & Analysis

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This chapter takes place in 2004 and is narrated by an unnamed third person narrator. The narrator explains that Richard, fresh off the success of his last Walnut Surprise album, is now broke after spending too much on tours, drugs, and a DWI. Regardless, the last album “Nameless Lake” was nominated for a Grammy and boosted The Traumatic’s album sales. Due to his financial issues, Richard began building decks. One client was a fan of his music and had a wife who was rather voyeuristic towards Richard.

The client’s son asked him for an interview to impress a girl, and Richard accepted, hoping to sleep with the girl (regardless of being rather adverse towards sex recently). During the interview, Richard ranted and raved about capitalism, how musicians are the same as gum manufacturers, and how he was now a realistic Republican. Richard...

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