The Rum Diary: The Long Lost Novel - Chapters 4-5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 4-5 Summary

Paul has his postponed conversation with Segarra and finds it to be a waste of time. Paul decides that Segarra's sole purpose at the paper is as a go-between, helping the staff of the paper make important friends in the community of San Juan. Paul also comes to believe that for some reason Segarra has chosen to blacklist him, keeping him out of the social society of San Juan. Paul had not wanted to be a part of this social circle, but finds the act offensive anyway. Almost as if in retaliation, Paul becomes friends with Segarra's friend, Sanderson. Paul begins spending a great deal of time at Sanderson's. Sanderson's house is like a bus station for the influential and wealthy in the area. There is always someone at Sanderson's, like a perpetual party. Paul likes all of Sanderson's friends, except...

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