White Noise - Book 1: Chapter 4 - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1: Chapter 4 - Chapter 6 Summary

Jack goes to watch Babette run the stadium steps. He considers their relationship and defines them by the usual actions they perform, such as playing word games with Wilder or twisting garbage bags. Jack tells Babette on the way home that Bee is going to visit this Christmas and they will put her in with Steffie. Bee has been in South Korea. That night is a Friday night, so the entire family watches television together, while Jack reads Hitler. That night, he tells her about the chancellor that advised him to not go by Jack Gladney, head of the Hitler Studies department, but to change his name to J.A.K. Gladney instead for more emphasis. The same advisor also suggests to Jack that he gain weight. Jack says that he is a false character that follows...

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