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The Man in the High Castle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4 Summary

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Chapter 4 Summary

Frank arrives at his workplace to beg for his job back only to learn that his boss has already replaced him. Frank lies and says he is there to get his tools. While he is collecting them, Frank talks to his former foreman. The man, Ed McCarthy, tells Frank that he is talented and should consider going into business for himself. Frank has been replicating old American guns, such as the Colt .44 in the position he just lost. McCarthy suggests that perhaps Frank might have more success on his own, making jewelry. In fact, McCarthy shows Frank some designs he has created and suggests they go into business together. Frank goes into the reception area to consult the oracle. When the oracle tells him that he will have success with such a business, Frank returns to the shop to tell McCarthy he will go into business with...

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