Freedom (novel) - 2001: The Nice Man’s Anger Summary & Analysis

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The chapter opens after Walter and Lalitha having just closed a Mountain Top Removal project in West Virginia. Lalitha told Walter that they should celebrate, so they went to a restaurant near their hotel. There, Lalitha proceeded to get very drunk, and Walter had his first beer.

Afterwards, the time frame shifts to right before the start of the chapter, and we learn about the last obstacle to fully completing their plan, a man named Coyle Mathis, who refused to sell his land to the Trust. First Walter attempted to speak to him with no luck. Lalitha tried next and succeeded, as Vin promised them jobs manufacturing military body armor and a nice home. According to the narrator, the man accepted because two of his family members were fighting the Iraq war.

The narrative then shifts back to the restaurant...

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