The Comedians - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

Upon arrival Mr. Brown meets Petit Pierre, a well-connected journalist and Metis, with ties to the Tontons Macoute. He welcomes Mr. Brown with surprise and disdain in his usual manner.

Driving through the city Mr. Brown stops near the Columbus statue, seeing a car resembling that of his girlfriend Martha's. The car turns out to be hers. She also notices him in the end, surprised at his return. They make love and Brown returns with Martha to his hotel that has some sentimental value for him. The hotel is old-fashioned and built in a twentieth century style.

While she waits for him outside, he examines his property. Feeling in need of a home and a wife, he is disappointed with changes that occurred there during his absence. His cook, gardener, guests and brass paperweight are all missing. Instead, he finds Dr Philipot, the...

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