Thirteen Ways of Looking - “Thirteen Ways of Looking:” Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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This chapter picks up during the Mendelssohn’s lunch. Peter recalls that many lawyers would give their arguments drunk and do just fine. He also remembers coming home after a long day of work and drinking scotch. After dealing with Elliot’s phone calls for a while, Peter contemplates that he always gravitated towards Katya rather than Elliot, even though she was once a troublesome teenage Marxist; she even forged Peter’s signatures for donations to the Black Panther Party (which the press eventually noticed). She later went to university for Oriental Studies and wrote her thesis on Ptolemy II.

Mendelssohn internally states that he is glad that he is just old and does not have Alzheimer’s. He also thinks about setting more money aside for Sally’s nephew in the will. Peter notices that Dandinho is still staring...

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