Term Limits - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

Vince Flynn
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Chapter 15 Summary

This short chapter covers the funeral of the four dead men. Although Michael refused Erik Olson's request to walk with him in the procession, Michael joins him at the last moment. The funeral is broadcast on television, and when a mysterious man named Arthur sees Erik walking with Michael, he grows furious. Erik offers to introduce Michael to the President after the funeral, but Michael declines.

Chapter 15 Analysis

The act of walking behind the coffins in the funeral procession is a striking symbolic image. Olson is willing to do this alone, but thankfully has Michael there to support him. The two men represent loyalty, courage, and respect for doing what is right. The author foreshadows the importance of the mysterious Arthur, and implies that he has an intense dislike for Erik Olson. Once again, the author has contrasted those who are good (Michael and Erik) with those...

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