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Vernon God Little - Act 3, Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

D.B.C. Pierre
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Act 3, Chapter 18 Summary

Vernon breaks the grip and spins, ready to run, but it is Taylor, wishing him a happy birthday. She comes, because he failed to wait for a password, which means she can give him only $300. He cannot wait to show her his beach-house, but Taylor has already rented a twin room. She addresses him regularly as "killer." Vernon is tired of lurking in the background of life and calculates A=DT2, which means the potential assholeness, when a dream comes true is relative to the amount of time you spend working up the dream. It is almost dark, when they reach her hotel, where Vernon feels uncomfortable. He follows her upstairs, aroused, and stands stupidly by the window, admiring the view. Taylor pulls out some tequila miniatures and they sit on the bed. Vernon relaxes and figures this is how one ought to spend their...

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