The Voice on the Radio - Study Guide Chapter Ten Summary & Analysis

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The hotel is quiet and on the way up to the sixth floor Reeve tries to decide how to handle himself. There is no easy way and, once inside, all Reeve can do is apologize again and again. Jodie starts, asking Reeve how he could do it. How could he say what he had? He tries to tell them it was surreal, but Jodie calls him on it immediately, insisting that he used their story to buy listeners. Again, he has no defense. Janie is next to give voice to her feelings and Reeve hangs his head. As his length of broadcasts becomes common knowledge, Jodie realizes how long he's been doing these stories about them. He has no answer when she asks how much he's disclosed to his audience. Reeve sits down beside Janie and peeling the blankets back, tells her face to face...

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