Wolf in White Van - Section 1, Chapters 9 and 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 – Sean describes how people “freeze up” when he opens the door and they see his face, commenting that this is exactly what happened when the process server brought him the letter informing him that he was being accused of responsibility for Carrie’s death. He describes the reaction, or rather his triggering of the reaction, as a kind of power that he doesn’t really want to have, adding that his reaction to getting the summons was to feel a surge of anger that he hasn’t felt for several years. The text then includes a threatening letter from someone accusing him of guilt in what happened to Carrie and Lance then follows, one of several letters (Sean says in narration) that came to him either absolving him of blame or hitting him hard with it. This leads him to contemplations...

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