Mercury - Part 3: Donald, Chapters 14-15 Summary & Analysis

Margot Livesey
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In Chapter 14 while waiting for the time to come for his meeting with Robert, Donald visited the Rotunda in Washington where he looked at the document, the Bill of Rights, that give people the right to bear arms. After this he made his way to the Peacock Room where he was supposed to meet Robert. Once they were reunited, Robert explained the history of the room in which they were meeting. When he was finished, Robert asked Donald to tell him about the situation for which he needed advice. Robert was openly disturbed when Donald told him about Viv’s secret decision to buy a gun. Robert told Donald he was very anti-gun because he had been mugged by a man with a gun when he had been in Washington only a year.

Once Robert had the whole story, Robert told...

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