The People of Paper - Part 3, Chapter 27, Section 1 Summary & Analysis

Salvador Plascencia
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This chapter is a series of short columns of narration.

Presented in four columns on one page: Saturn: a description of how the biblical hero Samson, shorn of both his hair and his strength, gained strength from the columns of the temple in which he found himself. Froggy: he describes the war against Saturn as both successful and ongoing, saying that people should be subservient to God but not to “a floating satellite made of dirt and gas.” Cardinal Mahony: the Cardinal blames “them” (women) for the breakup of the sky, saying that in spite of all his efforts and sacrifices, he still thinks of the woman he left. Rita: she refers to the Samson story, how the woman who brought him down never forgot who he was and managed to defeat Samson even though she was believed to be of the...

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