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Recoil Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 10 Summary

James Thompson
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Chapter 10 Summary

In the morning Doc drives Pat to the Capitol where Pat meets with Rita Kennedy. Rita proffers Pat the promised job, informing him that the position includes a state automobile and heft pay, as well as a meal allowance. Rita gives Pat a stack of so-called survey forms with a tacit wink and lets him know that from time to time he needs to turn in completed forms. She then warns him to not park the state automobile in front of bars very often. Pat somewhat slowly comes to the dawning realization that his "job" is simply a political device whereby he will receive public monies for performing no real work. Pat then goes to the motor pool where he is assigned a nice black coupe. Pat is somewhat disappointed to be so tenuously employed, but he realizes that it is an enormous improvement over...

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