V For Vendetta - Book 2, Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 8 Summary

Evey makes her way out at night and heads toward the Kitty-Kat Keller Cabaret. The streets are deserted. When someone taps her on the shoulder she becomes alarmed. The person tapping her is Rosemary Almond, who is looking for the stage entrance. Evey recognizes her but is unable to help her. Evey hides in a dark side alley with her gun against her chest. She nervously awaits Harper. When he arrives she is ready for him and aims her weapon. However, she is knocked unconscious before she has the chance to fire a shot.

Book 2, Chapter 8 Analysis

This chapter presents two, related dilemmas. First, Evey is on her own and clearly afraid of her own shadow. At this point, she seems less driven by anger and more by fear. Her latest experience losing Gordon has done little to shape her maturity and help her grapple...

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