Ten Little Indians - "Lawyer's League" Summary & Analysis

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"Lawyer's League" Summary

Richard, the narrator, describes himself as "a graceful monster," the son of an African American giant football player and a Spokane Indian ballerina dance major at the University of Washington. "I'm a biracial revolutionary leftist magician with a twenty-foot jumper encoded in my DNA," he says. As executive liaison to twenty-nine Indian tribes in Washington State for the governor, he's learned that many so-called tribal leaders are illiterate and confesses that his ambition is to be elected to the Senate and then run for president.

At a political dinner party in Seattle, Richard meets a group of Republican and Democratic lawyer/lobbyists, including one woman, Teresa, with whom he discovers a rapport that leads him to think he could take her home, sleep with her and abandon her. Instead, he chooses not do get involved with her...

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