The Names - The Mountain, Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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The Mountain, Chapter 10 Summary

At the beginning of the chapter, James is in Rhodes with David and Lindsay Keller. David cannot understand why he misses the countries where he has assignments; they are all dangerous terror havens. He finds he cannot get interested in peaceful countries.

Later, Andreas Eliades takes James out to dinner on the pretense of seeing how his Greek is progressing. The meal is a plethora of brains, intestines, and other compelling viscera. After a short period of pleasantry, Eliades proceeds to attack James for his country's culpability in Turkish aggression against Greece. He says that, historically, Greece has been the whipping-boy of dominant political powers, presently the Americans. James says that Greece has always been a centrally located country, important strategically. He tries not to engage the Greek, but Eliades remains dogged throughout the long meal.

The next day, James chats with his...

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