The Winter of Our Discontent - Chapter Thirteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Thirteen Summary

Ethan realizes that rather than starting a process he can control, the process is becoming a thing of its own, independent of its creator. He wonders if he started it, or simply did not resist it when it began. He reflects that strength and success are admired, above criticism, above morality. He watches what he started grow with only the slightest guide and touch from him. He believes that no one knows of his thoughts, with the possible exception of Margie.

Ethan reviews the events, and knows that the "storm" must break Friday or Saturday before the set date of July 7th. He thinks of moves he needs to make on Thursday and Saturday.

On Monday, June 27, Marullo walks into the grocery store and seems pensive. Ethan suggests Marullo go away for the 4th of July holiday, and then suggests that...

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