The People of Paper - Part 2, Chapters 12, 13, and 14 Summary & Analysis

Salvador Plascencia
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Each of these short chapters is told from the perspective of a single character.

Chapter 12, Saturn – Narration describes Napoleon’s waste of human lives, and how the word “cunt” came into usage in France as a result of what he did.

Chapter 13, Beekeeper – In first person narration, a Beekeeper describes Cameroon as a “saint”, how he and she together sting each other with bee venom, and how she keeps a long list of lies told to her by Saturn. They also talk about “The Book of Incandescent Light”, which the Beekeeper says is beautiful and Cameroon says is “drivel.”

Chapter 14 – This chapter is written from the perspective of an unnamed character, but who is clearly Liz, who asks to be left alone, and left out of Saturn’s book (she calls him Sal, short for Salvador – the author’s name). The next...

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