Satin Island - Chapters 13 – 14 Summary & Analysis

Tom McCarthy
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Chapter 13

13.1 – At dinner, U. asks Madison once more what she was doing in Turin in 2001. Madison explains she had been in Genoa demonstrating against the G8 summit. She explains she was, but is no longer, an activist.

13.2 – U. presses for more information. Madison explains her boyfriend at the time had really been the activist, and that a large group of activists holed up in a school. The group was brutally rooted out by the police, she reveals.

13.3 – Madison explains few ever heard about the event because it happened shortly before 9/11. Madison explains she even has difficulty believing it herself sometimes, and that she has no contact with her ex-boyfriend or anyone from the activist circles anymore.

13.4 – The Project is rolled out and applauded. U. receives especial praise for his contributions.

13.5 – U. continues to ask about the protest. Madison explains she was pushed down the...

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