The Nix - Part Ten: Deleveraging Summary & Analysis

Nathan Hill
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Faye decides to fly to her father’s hometown of Hammerfest, Norway. Faye is disappointed to learn that Hammerfest is a dead, desolate town with several oil rigs dotting the scenery everywhere she looks. She walks around town trying to find the house her father described to her. No one seems to know what she means by the name Andreson. Faye despises her life and thinks she is stupid for coming here. She thinks about how relieved she felt when Samuel could not come with her. She did not want to deal with all of his questions. Faye comes across a white horse standing on a ridge. She believes it is a nix. She decides that, if it is a nix, it would not be a terrible way to die. Faye places her hand on the horse, and a woman calls to...

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