Humboldt's Gift - Section 18, Through p. 487 Summary & Analysis

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Section 18, Through p. 487 Summary

In this final segment of Humboldt's Gift, Charlie ventures to Paris with his hoodlum friend Rinaldo, discovers some backbone and self-will he has not exhibited before in this relationship, looses Roger to the Senora and more or less crosses the final t in Renata. In Paris, Charlie sees the movie and confirms that it is a precise copy of the script scenario Humboldt and he wrote at Princeton. Rinaldo is claiming ten percent of the proceeds of any settlement as a finder's fee. Charlie doesn't begrudge the hood ten percent, but he sets Rinaldo straight when he tries to muscle him for fifteen percent. In spite of Rinaldo's bravado and threats, Charlie holds firm and forcefully tells Rinaldo that this is the end of their dealings. Charlie leaves the matter in the hands of a couple of Paris lawyers...

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