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The Manchurian Candidate Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 28 Summary

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Chapter 28 Summary

Having rested before his big mission, Shaw phones Marco from a pay phone. Colonel Marco isn't available, but the operator insists that Raymond give him the number of the pay phone so that he can be reached in a moment. Raymond reluctantly agrees, and the operator places an urgent announcement through the convention hall for Marco to respond immediately. Marco calls the phone booth, and Raymond answers in a desperate panic. He's been having nightmares, but cannot accept the truth. They arrange a meeting place, and Marco listens as Iselin is announced as his party's nominee for vice-president.

At the rendezvous, Shaw appears to be in rough physical condition, and tells his friend that he believes he may have killed Jocie and slept with his mother. Marco spares Raymond's grief by telling him to play solitaire. With a deck full of red queens, Marco instructs Raymond to...

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