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The Gate of Angels Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 4, Section 19 Summary

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Part 4, Section 19 Summary

Daisy left the courtroom for Dr. Sage's hospital without looking at Kelly--who has been looking directly at her--or Fred. Fred goes to a teahouse across the street and sat for three hours thinking about nothing (you're a scientist, he finally reminded himself, there is no "nothing"). He asks the manager of the teahouse whether someone being questioned by the police will come here--no, not here, but by here, she says: he must want to talk to his friend very much, to have waited so long. Fred says that he's not his friend and that he wants to hit him, not talk to him. Kelly finally leaves the police office, strutting as though every young woman is his, worth less concern than his jacket. Fred bolts, dodges several vehicles and grabs Kelly by the collar, spinning him around. Kelly spits in Fred's face--so "you're the schoolteacher...

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