V For Vendetta - Book 2, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 6 Summary

Later the next month, at the Kitty-Kat Keller Cabaret, the current act on stage is a woman singing about the "affairs of state." In the audience of the cabaret are Evey and Gordon. She is curious about Gordon's friends. While she does not think they are nice, she finds them "interesting." She sees Rosemary Almond sitting alone at a nearby table. While Evey does not know Rosemary personally, she knows her from the news. At that moment, a cabaret worker approaches Rosemary's table and tells her she has no credit and asks her to leave. Since Evey does not hear this conversation, she sees it as someone paying Rosemary some attention, and that makes Evey feel good. While she thinks she has been abandoned by V, he still watches her every move. He is never far away from her.

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