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Vernon God Little Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 4, Chapter 19 Summary

D.B.C. Pierre
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Act 4, Chapter 19 Summary

By October, Vernon has memorized the routine. He is accused of every murder in Texas since fleeing Martirio, and Jesus' role in is forgotten. Mom has attempted suicide and Pam is feeding her. Vernon focuses on survival. The state has furnished eyeglasses and Abdini has given him a crucifix. The prison psychologist disputes Vernon's contention he lacks human qualities and skills, insisting he is perceptive and sensitive, and Vernon concedes he sniffed trouble before all this started. The big news is Vernon has quit cussing, because the psychiatrist feels dwelling on the bad side of things and anal fixation are problems. TV movies now affect him.

Lynch mob crowds, media crews, and vendors (and perhaps a few supporters) greet Vernon, when the van pulls up to the courthouse. He is taken to a make-up room before entering court, which he enters knowing he is innocent...

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