Thirteen Ways of Looking - “Thirteen Ways of Looking:” Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Colum McCann
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The third person begins to narrate what would have been seen by the cameras and onlookers if the murder occurred any other day with different weather. If the weather was better and the cameras were posted at different angles, the detectives could have seen Pedro’s face during the murder. If the cameras in the restaurant were placed differently the detectives could have seen Pedro go outside, return, stuff his hat deep in his pocket, and put his wet jacket under others at the coatrack. If the street cameras were placed differently, the detectives may have seen Pedro and Dandinho commute home together and possible make a pact.

Regardless, Pedro was arrested and charged with the murder. The narrative shifts to the present during the trial. The jury is shown the murder video and a restaurant video showing Pedro possibly...

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