The New York Trilogy - Ghosts, pgs. 185-210 Summary & Analysis

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Ghosts, pgs. 185-210 Summary

After seeing the cab off, Black walks around then takes a cab home. Blue is upset feeling he should have followed the woman. He finds his first paycheck from White in the form of a postal money order. There are no comments about his reports so he assumes that White is satisfied. Black's routine continues, with Blue sending in his reports and receiving payment in the mail. Since Black's routine doesn't vary, Blue knows he can go out at times and Black will still be sitting at this desk.

Blue writes a latter to the retired Brown, telling him about the case. Brown's reply does not contain any advice about the case and when he finally calls his finacee, there is no answer. He figures he will call again. Blue begins to go out more by himself leaving Black unobserved, so sure is...

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