The Nix - Part Three: Enemy, Obstacle, Puzzle, Trap Summary & Analysis

Nathan Hill
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It is 2011, and Samuel arrives at Faye’s apartment, hoping to have a heartfelt reunion. Instead, he finds Simon Rogers, Faye’s lawyer at her apartment. The lawyer seems to be all action regarding the case. He records the conversation and controls how and when Faye responds to questions. Mr. Rogers admits that he is there, “. . . to help with said letter and make sure you are not here under . . . false pretenses” (167). Of course, we know that Samuel has no intention of writing this letter to the judge about his mother being a good person. We know Samuel is there to interview Faye and start his second book attempt for Periwinkle. Throughout this controlled conversation, Samuel becomes annoyed by the fact that he cannot simply talk to his mother. Samuel and Faye begin a quick back and forth, trying to...

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