Hollywood - Part 4 - Chapters 12, 13, 14 and 15 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4 - Chapters 12, 13, 14 and 15 Summary

Chapter 12 - In narration, Hank describes the apartment he's leaving behind (defining it as a safe place to drink, have hangovers, and have a lot of sex) and the neighborhood in which the apartment is situated (now over-populated with Central American immigrants). He says his choice to move was NOT "white flight", but rather the result of Vin Marbad's suggestion that he buy a house. He concludes the chapter with a description of the two-story home he and Sarah eventually bought, suggesting that once he sat down with his typewriter, everything still worked. "Don't let anybody tell you different," he writes. "Life begins at 65."

Chapter 13 - Shortly after moving into the house, Hank receives a call from Jon Pinchot, explaining saying that Francois has gone to Europe to make a film and that their house is about...

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