Recoil - Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

James Thompson
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Chapter 30 Summary

In the subsequent weeks and months Pat receives a full pardon and becomes a free man. His gets a real job and works for his living. Madeline obtains a legal divorce from Doc and she and Pat get married. Doc, Hardesty, Burkman, and others are convicted and go to prison for their various illegal activities. Lila is contacted by the media and makes several sound business contracts to sell her life story which results in wealth and fame.

Chapter 30 Analysis

Chapter 30 provides a foreshadowed happy ending all around - Pat and Lila, largely innocent pawns in Doc's huge schemes, are exonerated and free to move forward with their lives. Madeline has apparently not been involved in illegal activities and manages to escape prosecution because of her disclosure to Myrtle Briscoe. She is thus free to divorce Doc and turn to her true love, Pat Cosgrove. As a...

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