The Manchurian Candidate - Chapters 25-26 Summary & Analysis

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After the news of Josie's death break, Marco reviews a transcript of her interview with the FBI while she was still in Argentina. He lies on the couch at home with Rosie and asks her to read the transcript for her. It's reprinted in the book, with Josie going by the name Mrs. Seward Arnold, after her first husband. In the transcript, the doctor awkwardly explains the urgency and importance of his visit and that Raymond's actions and personality are a matter of the utmost national security. Josie earnestly relates her deep personal feelings for Raymond the summer they met, describing him as the handsomest man she ever met and explaining how his mother had reduced him to a painfully shy boy who expected the world to hate him. Regretfully she says that they never made love; they never even kissed. When Rosie is done reading, Marco...

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