To Rise Again at a Decent Hour - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

Joshua Ferris
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In Chapter 5, Paul's lawyer refers him to an attorney that specializes in cyber law. She says there isn't much Paul can do to force the site down. She advises him to avoid “engaging” Seir Designs or anyone else associated with the site. Paul fires off another email, again referring to the recipient as Al and saying that any database could have the information about Paul. A reply comes back and the writer, later identified as Grant Arthur, says that he isn't Al. Grant says he is “reaching across” to Paul, and ends with, “I am your brother.” Paul sends another email with lots of questions about himself. Grant answers, including with the insight that Paul is afraid to have children because his life is too “untethered” and he doesn't want to pass that on to his children. Paul sends another email, saying, “How do...

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