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The Names Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Desert, Chapter 13 Summary

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The Desert, Chapter 13 Summary

James is happy to be back in Athens, having dinner with Ann and reading some new pages from Tap's novel. He tries to imagine what his son's life is like in Victoria, British Columbia, deciding it must be very rainy. While at dinner with Ann, he learns that Charles has received a lucrative job in the Gulf. Both are happy for him. Tap's pages, meanwhile, delight James with their inventive misspellings.

Later, James has drinks with Charles Maitland. Charles seems truly in awe of some unspoken accomplishment regarding James. James beats around the bush, trying to glean what he should be proud of. Eventually, Charles blurts out to James that the Northeast Group has just been outed for funneling information to the CIA. He assumes James has been making a small fortune in government kick-backs. James realizes that the conversation in the Indian...

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