Glass Houses - Chapters 21 - 24 Summary & Analysis

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The heat in the courtroom is compared to the heated exchange between Gamache and the Chief Crown in the opening of Chapter 21. When the Chief Crown questioned Gamache about the bat, Beauvoir began to get sick to his stomach and realized he could not stay in the courtroom. He knew that if Gamache told the truth about the bat it would reveal what they knew about the drug trade but he still could not stand to hear Gamache’s lie. Even though he had sworn he would be in the courtroom to show his allegiance to Gamache, Beauvoir found himself running away. He still heard Gamache tell the Chief Crown that the bat had been there in full view for all to see. Beauvoir believed with this lie that Gamache had “just set their ship aflame. There was no going back now” (202).

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