The November Criminals - Chapters 8 - 9 Summary & Analysis

Sam Munson
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In Chapter 8, Addison describes Washington, D.C. in scathing terms, especially with regard to the number of people trying to have some power. He says he has the right to criticize because he is part of the community. Addison goes on to say that he has a small amount of power over his customers, and he uses that power as well. He sometimes does not answer pages right away and leaves his pager at home one day each month so that he is completely unavailable. This month, he chooses to leave the pager at home the day he and Digger go to the movies to see “The Sorrow and the Pity,” and Addison gives a brief overview of the movie and the theater. The description includes, “So blah blah blah, aristocratic French resistance fighters, some murky explosions, and newsreel footage of mud-clotted tanks...

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