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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 Chapter Summary & Analysis - The War Zone, The Beverly Hills Hotel Summary

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The War Zone, The Beverly Hills Hotel Summary

Real estate agent Elaine Young had a date on the day of the verdict, but her date cancelled. Because she had been only recently separated and she did not want to be alone, she called a friend and they decided to go out. They found all the places they wanted to go were closed, but figured that a hotel would not close. She suggested they go to the Beverly Hills Hotel, which is near her house and where she often went to conduct meetings or to relax.

When she arrived there, it seemed like all of Los Angeles had decided to do the same thing. Young says everyone was talking about the riots and trying to forget about them. People would stay at the hotel until three or four in the morning. They would talk...

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