Hocus Pocus - Chapter Eighteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Eighteen Summary

Eugene painfully recollects how he first examined the folder containing the surveillance photos and information about his affair with Zuzu, Tex Johnson's wife. Forced to view them at his termination hearing while others watched, Eugene is humiliated to see that he and Zuzu were followed for months on end. Their every meeting has been recorded to notebook, along with time, date, location, and other details. There are also many embarrassing photos of them kissing and being intimate. Signed affidavits by leading citizens of the tiny town testify to their ongoing knowledge of the affair between Zuzu and Eugene in no uncertain terms. Realizing he has been thoroughly beaten, Eugene accepts his fate without further debate.

Chapter Eighteen Analysis

Vonnegut's shifting of narrative means that he often revisits earlier scenes and character conflicts, replaying them as if mulling them over in his...

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