Harlot's Ghost - Part IV: Montevido, 1956-59. Chapters 7-13 Summary & Analysis

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Part IV: Montevido, 1956-59. Chapters 7-13 Summary

Harry writes to Kittredge, trying to tell her about Sally, how they got to know each other dancing at a Christmas party together. He stops the letter to Kittredge and describes the details of the sex to the reader. He re-writes the letter, telling Kittredge that he's seeing a prostitute, and tries to theorize it as Alpha representing sex and Omega representing love.

In Chapter 8, Kittredge has a strong reaction to Harry's letter, writing back that Alpha and Omega are not divisions but two entirely separate beings that create tug-of-wars within individuals. She stops the letter, annoyed, feeds Christopher and starts again with a "plum" bit of information for Harry. She says that Howard and Dorothy Hunt were invited to dinner, as Howard is being considered for the directorship of the CIA. However, she doesn't finish the...

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