Presumed Innocent - Spring, Chapters 12-14 Summary & Analysis

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Spring, Chapters 12-14 Summary

Rusty is talking to Robinson again in Chapter 12, telling him that one aspect of his infatuation with Carolyn was a passion for New Wave rock. Rusty says he assumes this fascination arose because the music is screeching and chaotic, reflecting his own disordered mental state. He describes to Robinson the weeks after the affair with Carolyn began and how his love for her was passionate but hopelessly abject, as if he had lost all direction. It was seldom joyful for him. His almost prayerful approaches were in contrast to her lusty response, which sometimes seemed coarse to him, especially when she talked dirty. Rusty remembers that Carolyn was the first to tell him that Horgan would lose the election to Della Guardia. She said Rusty should approach Horgan to step aside, so that Rusty could enter the election and...

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