House of Sand and Fog - Part I: Section 13 Summary & Analysis

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Part I: Section 13 Summary

Behrani notices that Kathy's lawyer's office is not far from the Concourse Hotel, where he used to park his car, so he parks it there again. He is dressed in his best suit and reminds himself that he is a retired Colonel in the Imperial Air Force. Looking at the gay pride posters on the wall, he asks himself what kind of country is it where people do what they want. He shows Kathy's lawyer the bill of sale, which shows he has paid for the house in full.

Part I: Section 13 Analysis

When Behrani sees Connie Walsh, Kathy's lawyer, he tells her he is looking for a man, a lawyer. She initially mispronounces his name. When she mentions her client's predicament, his response is indignation, that he is the one who has been wronged.

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