The Instructions - Chapters 17-22 Summary & Analysis

Adam Levin
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Chapters 17-22 Summary

Gurion comes home from school and learns that his father is in the hospital, having been knocked off his feet by protestors outside the courtroom where his successful civil rights defense of Patrick Drucker, a neo-Nazi, has just been announced. Gurion turns on the TV to see mostly Jewish protestors, cops and his father streaming past in an endless loop that replays the action. At the hospital, his mother tries to reassure him by saying everything is fine so often that Gurion begins to wonder if everything is, in fact, fine. Gurion's friend, Flowers, gives him a ride home and encourages him to open up and talk about the incident. Gurion says he doesn't want to talk about it. Flowers tells him: "You nothin' like stoic. You a little boy don't shut the fuck up less he hidin' something." When they...

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