Lila: An Inquiry Into Morals - Part II, Chapters 16-23 Summary & Analysis

Robert M. Pirsig
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Part II, Chapters 16-23 Summary

Chapter 16: Phaedrus and Lila make it to New York City, and they are meeting her friends, Jamie and Fatso. This chapter is from Jamie and Fatso's point of view. He and Jamie dislike Phaedrus as soon as they meet him. Before long, Lila tells Jamie that she wants him to come along on the journey to Florida, because "the Captain" needs a crew member to assist him with the boat. Jamie is offended by this; Phaedrus assures Jamie that it is not his idea and excuses himself. Jamie asks Lila what she is trying to pull and she says she is just trying to do him a "favor." She asks him to think about the offer, because the captain will not live forever, and that it would be good to have Jamie around if the captain "accidentally...

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