The Rum Diary: The Long Lost Novel - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

Paul goes to the office the next day and talks to Lotterman about the rumors he heard about the paper folding. Lotterman becomes irate and tells Paul not to worry about it. Then Lotterman sends Paul into the library to do research. The editor, Nick Segarra, is supposed to speak to Paul about the paper and his responsibilities, but before they can begin, a friend of Segarra's interrupts. This man, Sanderson, used to work at the paper but is now a PR man for a local agency. Later, Paul goes to Al's for dinner and runs into Yeamon. Yeamon tells him about his house out on the outskirts of town. The house is on the beach. Paul is impressed and suggests he might like to get something like that for himself since he will have to leave the hotel soon. Yeamon suggests he...

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