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Mao II - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Epilogue Summary

"In Beirut" Brita is driven through bombed-out Beirut, unhappily listening to stories of how violent the city has become (see "Quotes", p. 228). As narration, written in the present tense, reveals that Brita is there to take photographs of Abu Rashid and that she has also given up photographing only writers, it also comments on the various large placards and signs she sees - advertising soft drinks, advertising bombs, advertising Khomeini, advertising movies.

Eventually, Brita is taken to a collapsed building, past hooded guards and into a room with Rashid and his interpreter, both eating spaghetti. As she sets up, she sees through a window into a school playground, and notices a group of male schoolchildren, all wearing t-shirts with Rashid's picture on them. As she snaps pictures, she asks about the shirts. Rashid, through his interpreter, tells her that the shirts define the...

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