Hocus Pocus - Chapter Sixteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Sixteen Summary

Eugene remembers how before he was killed in action, his buddy Jack Patton sent him a sex magazine which had a short story in it that had quite an impact on Eugene's worldview over time. The short story was called "The Protocols of the Elders of Tralfamadore." Eugene tells us he will explain more about it later. Sydney Stone, a rich ex-Tarkington alumni who has a son attending the college, stands at the meeting wherein Eugene is to be terminated and testifies against Eugene personally. Stone explains that Eugene once accused his beloved son of stealing a mug from the student gift shop and refusing to pay for it when Eugene confronted him in the parking lot. As a result, Stone demands the firing of Eugene on the grounds Eugene has clearly been unbalanced for the duration of his tenure at...

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