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The Pale King Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 30 through 35 Summary

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Chapters 30 through 35 Summary

In Chapter 30, Sylvanshine and his intimate associate Reynolds have a lengthy telephone conversation. Sylvanshine is in Peoria and Reynolds is somewhere else. Sylvanshine has been dispatched to Peoria to perform fact finding and reconnoitering prior to Lehrl's, and Reynold's, formal relocation. They are holding a high-level review and Sylvanshine is telling Reynolds all of the facts and impressions he has gathered, much of it derived from his fact psychic ability. Sylvanshine is particularly interested in DeWitt Glendenning who clearly will be Lehrl's principle competitor. Sylvanshine tells many things about Glendenning and enumerates all of Glendenning's confidants and assistants. He discloses their names, facts about them, and how they work. He discusses which office is reserved for Lehrl; where it is located, how big it is, and how it corresponds to Glendenning's office. Sylvanshine relates the physical layout of the examinations work space, the general process...

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