White Noise - Book 1: Chapter 10 - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1: Chapter 10 - Chapter 12 Summary

Denise analyzes her mother chewing sugarless gum, telling her to stop, because it is bad for her health. She wants her to stop even though Babette says it helps her to stop smoking. Steffie questions why she has to do either one at all. Denise mentions that Babette forgets things frequently, which Babette denies. Heinrich and Jack discuss Heinrich's chess opponent, the convicted killer in jail. Jack notes that the killer won't go down in history, because he randomly killed an ordinary person, rather than one famous person, which would have stuck out in history's books. When Jack remarks that he will not go down in history either, Heinrich points out that at least he has Hitler, which Jack agrees with. Heinrich debates visiting his mother at the ashram. Jack goes to the bank the next morning...

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