Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

John Berendt
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Chapter 13 Summary

The focus of this chapter is on Joe Odom, who is moving out of the Pulaski House in the middle of the night so he will not be found out by the real estate agent. Joe's circle of friends continues to grow in number and in diversity. He is summoned to court, because he has written a series of bad checks. Upon entering the courtroom, Joe greets the plaintiffs so congenially that they appear guilty, as if they have violated their relationships with Joe. At one point, Mr. Russell, an antiques dealer, is told he did his paperwork incorrectly, but Joe pulls him aside and convinces the judge to let Joe help Mr. Russell. His charm is too much for the judge, and Joe is released with the understanding he will pay the $18,000 he owes within one month. Thanks to a loan from...

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