The Manchurian Candidate - Chapters 7-8 Summary & Analysis

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Raymond's commanding officer from the army, Marco, calls Raymond at the paper to say he’s in town and will be moving in with him. Marco turns Raymond's orderly, scheduled life complete on its head, leaving piles of clothing everywhere, filling the fridge with beer, sleeping all day, playing load music, and filling the apartment with hordes of willing women. Within little more than a week, Raymond adjusted to his new status quo and began to enjoy it, allowing Marco to bring home extra women for him and opening his kitchen to the visiting females' culinary talents. His apartment becomes filled with the constant chatter of young women, until Marco began having debilitating nightmares that greatly disturbed his bedmates. In the nightmares, he sees the events of their conditioning and programming in Korea, but doesn't understand that he is seeing real events. Just as suddenly as he arrived, Marco was...

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