Welcome to Braggsville - Chapter Eighteen — Chapter Thirteen Summary & Analysis

T. Geronimo Johnson
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In Chapter Eighteen, Adam Turing Hirschfield III heard about the incident in Braggsville and came to talk to Daron, Charlie, and Candice. He was to counsel them until they’d each gotten a lawyer individually. Charlie would be flying out with Hirschfield the following day. Hirschfield warned Daron he’d better figure out what a performative intervention was because he would be accused of being the master mind of what happened simply because he was the one who was from Braggsville. He advised Candice that as the only witness she didn’t need to talk to anyone else but her lawyer.

When Candice insinuated that Louis had been murdered the lawyer scolded her for trying to analyze his words when she was the one who helped her friend hang himself. He told her that he believed if she hadn’t been...

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