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The New York Trilogy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Ghosts, pgs. 211-232 Summary

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Ghosts, pgs. 211-232 Summary

Blue is happy that he talked to Black but feels that he didn't really learn what he wanted to learn. He wonders if he should include the meeting in his report to White. He decides not to mention it. His next paycheck includes a comment asking why he lies.

Blue follows Black to the Algonquin Hotel the next evening. Blue joins him at his table and eventually they begin to talk over drinks of Black and White on the rocks. Even though he feels sure that Black knows who he is, he introduces himself as Snow, an insurance salesman from Kenosha, Wisconsin. Black says t hat he is a private detective who has been working on a case for over a year and he is very bored. The guy just sits in his room all day and writes. It is so boring that...

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