Pao - Study Guide Part 4, Chapters 14 through 17 Summary & Analysis

Kerry Young
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"Force"

Pao quotes Sun Tzu, who advocates the use of "large and small forces" in battle. After a visit to Morrison (who accepts Pao's offer with relief), Pao visits Father Kealey. He contemplates Kealey's good looks, wonders about the exact nature of the relationship between Kealey and Fay and, at the same time, wonders why he (Pao) always feels so peaceful and so right when spending time with him (see "Quotes," p. 102). Later, Finlay tells Pao that a man (Samuels) formerly affiliated with De Freitas wants to come work for him, adding that he doesn't think the man is trustworthy. When he cannot offer a good reason, Pao says the man, Samuels, deserves a chance.

"The Modifying of Tactics" 1961.

In the middle of Jamaica's celebrations of political independence from Britain, Pao is visited by twelve year old Merleen, the granddaughter of elderly businessman...

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