Hollywood - Part 5 - Chapters 16, 17, 18 and 19 Summary & Analysis

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Part 5 - Chapters 16, 17, 18 and 19 Summary

Chapter 16 - In the middle of a productive run of work on the screenplay (which, Hank comments in narration, is about a character based on his younger self), he receives an excited phone call from Jon inviting him (Hank) and Sarah to see the place he and Francois have found in a ghetto area. Hank is reluctant, but both Jon and Sarah are insistent. Later, as Hank and Sarah drive through the ghetto, Hank reflects on the very apparent racial tension in the area. When they arrive, Hank and Sarah discover Jon trying to calm a drunken Francois, who is angry about the constant incursions of young black men, particularly their repeated (and occasionally successful) attempts to steal the chickens he keeps in the back yard. Hank, believing that Jon needs a better place to live, offers...

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