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The Library Book - Chapters 30 and 31 Summary & Analysis

Susan Orlean
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Chapter 31. Book titles at the beginning of this chapter: Civil Procedure in a Nutshell; Great Careers with a High School Diploma; AIDS, the Mystery and the Solution; Ask the Dust.

“In 1991, five years after the fire” (301), the new library was starting to take shape; its collection was being organized, and the civil suit against Harry Peak was moving slowly. He and the pastors at the American Orthodox Church changed their stories yet again, offering details that, Orlean says, did not fit with the facts and timing of the fire. She adds that Harry never turned over information (i.e. important medical records), and that he seemed to have lost interest in both his own suit and the city’s; his sister Debra says, according to Orlean, that he had a new boyfriend; that he was studying to be a medical technician; and that...

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