J: A Novel - Section 4: Pages 223– 306 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 6, I – Gutkind and Densdell meet for tea. Densdell is amazed by the personal items Gutkind keeps, but Gutkind says there is only a problem with people keeping personal items when they are of a large number. Gutkind says the investigation into Lowenna is continuing. Both Gutkind and Densdell hate saying sorry, that they resent having to pay for a crime no one committed, and the two begin drinking. It is then that Gutkind reveals important things which Densdell appears to be too drunk to comprehend. Gutkind explains he believes there has been no WHAT HAPPENED, no “Gotterdammerung.” Having studied the subject, the numbers, and done the math and research, Gutkind cannot find the graves of the thousands upon thousands who supposedly died. WHAT HAPPENED was exaggerated to pin blame on one group that go to Heaven to read books. He contemplates...

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