The New Confessions - Chapters 19 through 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 19 through 21 Summary

In Chapter Nineteen, John begins work on what he refers to as "Confessions, Part III," but it is actually titled "Father of Liberty." Eddie doesn't want to hire Karl-Heinz but John insists. Karl-Heinz spends a great deal of time in the sun and looks better than he had in Berlin. One day Eddie tells John to meet him at a specific restaurant and to be careful that he isn't followed. John expects Eddie to reveal he and his wife are divorcing but when he gets there Eddie reveals that John's name has been included on a list of suspected Communists in a publication called "Red Connections." When John gets home he is subpoenaed. Eddie promises a lawyer but the man says he can only give some advice but can't actually represent John at the hearing. John is furious and wants to...

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