Recoil - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

James Thompson
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Chapter 3 Summary

After lunch Doc drives Pat to an old and expensive two-story house. The house has been divided up into apartments. Doc takes Pat upstairs and into an apartment where he introduces Pat to Senator Burkman. Doc says that Burkman was instrumental in obtaining Pat's release and he then wrangles a job for Pat from Burkman - Pat will work at the Highway Commission. Doc then leads Pat downstairs where Pat discovers that three of the lower apartments are occupied by Doc and Lila. The third apartment has been finished for Pat's convenience. Doc introduces him to Willie, a black servant, and tells Pat to make himself at home.

Doc then explains that the president of the board of parole, Myrtle Briscoe, would never have allowed the parole to occur. Doc therefore had to wait until Myrtle was out of town whereupon Governor Clay issued the parole. Doc...

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