To Rise Again at a Decent Hour - Chapter 10 and Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Joshua Ferris
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Summary

In Chapter 10, Paul picks up the book from Mr. Sookhart. Paul apparently sends an email to Grant who responds by challenging Paul to take the genetic test and to look at the Ulms for himself.

Paul learns through news reports that Pete has completely shut down his business enterprises, walking away with millions in profit for himself after paying off his investors. Paul wonders what Pete might be planning to do next, but he realizes that he really doesn't know the man well enough to even guess. Then, Paul hears the news that Pete has committed suicide in the woods. Children followed the sound of the gunshot and found his body. Paul considers Pete's life and his state of mind.

Paul knows that Pete was searching for something when he found Grant Arthur. Paul believes Pete must have “soured” on the Ulms...

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