The Sheep Look Up - November and Next Year Summary & Analysis

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November and Next Year Summary

The twelfth chapter is entitled "November." Ossie, the man who had called himself Austin Train and who had helped kidnap Hector Bamberley, dies quietly alone after delirium and a high fever. Before he dies, he places a bomb at a public building. Meanwhile, the real Austin Train goes on trial for the kidnapping based only on the claim by Hector that it was Austin Train who had kidnapped him.

There is a throng outside the courthouse where Train is on trial. Peg Mankiewicz is inside the courtroom as a journalist. The trial is being broadcast live on television. Roland Bamberley sits indignantly with his son, Hector, as Austin Train is led into the room. Roland is astonished that Hector does not recognize him.

Pandemonium breaks out as it is realized nobody had ever actually asked Hector to...

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