Mother Night - Chapter 13-15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13-15 Summary

The narrator provides a full biography of the bigoted Doctor Lionel J.D. Jones, D.D.S., D.D. in order to provide a contrast between him and a race-baiter who is ignorant and insane. The narrator says, "I am neither ignorant nor insane. Those whose orders I carried out in Germany were as ignorant and insane as Dr. Jones was. I knew it. God help me, I carried out their instructions anyway."

The mail in the narrator's mailbox increased in number after his address was published. He got a ton of mail from supporters letting him know that he was not friendless in the world. At the time, the narrator still has no idea how anyone found out where he was living. However, the narrator later reveals that it was George Kraft who wrote a letter to the Minuteman magazine...

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