Hocus Pocus - Chapter Thirty-Three Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Thirty-Three Summary

Eugene states that moving from the college town to the prison town didn't make much of a difference, when he reflects upon it. His wife and mother-in-law had been content to move from one small cottage home to the next. Since they never go outside and keep the window shades drawn day and night, it is as if they never even left the former Tarkington College abode. Eugene tells the reader of an anti-Semitic black prisoner he once taught who was reading a viciously anti-Jewish book called The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. This infamous tome, an actual historical oddity, turned out to be the forged works of people so opposed to Jewish banking they wrote a false book. The book supposedly tells of a secret meeting between all the Jewish bankers and power brokers in the world, who agree...

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