The Recognitions - Part 3, Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 1 Summary

On a flight to Panama, Otto is carried to the Central American port of Tribeiza de Dios. Before reaching that stopoff point, Otto eyes his plane warily in New Orleans and decides that one of its wings is bent. He swallows his fear and soars up into the clouds, where he becomes concerned about the tail assembly. Suddenly, the plane lands on the beach at Tribeiza where a freezing passenger is lifted from the tail assembly where he has clung for an inordinate amount of time. As Otto makes his way toward Central America in the rickety plane, Fuller travels aboard the Island Trader, an old ocean yacht, through the Caribbean Sea toward Barbados. Otto's plan puts down just in time for the revolution, where it is difficult to know whether the local police are on the side of the loyalists...

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