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The Manchurian Candidate Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 22 Summary

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Chapter 22 Summary

Raymond begins playing cards, and it takes two games for the red queen to surface. His mother begins talking to him about his friend Ben Marco, but is interrupted by the party outside and must make an exit. She takes the cards with her to prevent any accidental programming. While Raymond's mother is gone, Shaw glimpses Jocie through the glass terrace door to the library. She is dressed for the party as the queen of diamonds, and Raymond lets her in. The love of his heart combined with the symbol of his controllers melded at last, Raymond snaps out of his spell. They make love on the couch in the library.

Meanwhile, Senator Jordan expresses his disdain for his colleague Johnny Iselin, intimating that he is at the masquerade only as a favor to his daughter and that he has no desire to be linked with the...

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