Hollywood - Part 9 - Chapters 30, 31, 32 and 33 Summary & Analysis

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Part 9 - Chapters 30, 31, 32 and 33 Summary

Chapter 30 - Hank and Sarah attend a party in the hopes of finding out when Hank and Jon are going go get paid. While there, Hank works (at Jon's request) on cutting portions of a scene in the screenplay, commenting to the passing Friedman that he's being made to work at a party and being congratulated for it. Francine Bowers arrives to great applause and attention, which Hank initially resents. He also comments in narration on how Sarah, who he values humanity more than he does, makes people more interesting to him. Later, Jon points out one of Friedman's lawyers, and Hank and Sarah go over to talk about Hank being paid, their attention drawn to the lawyer's wife, sitting rigid and cold because, as the lawyer reveals, she's quit drinking. The lawyer assures Hank he's going...

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