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World War Z - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Max Brooks
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Chapter 4 Summary

The narrator sits with Xolelwa Azania at his writing desk on Robben Island, Cape Town Providence, United States of Southern Africa, as Azania writes his third novel about the zombie war. Azania notes that the hero of the war, Paul Redeker, is dispassionate about everything, and is therefore able to write alternative solutions to world problems others would avoid. In the early 1980s, the apartheid government had him rewrite their "Orange Plan," the plan for the white minority in the event the indigenous populations joined for one large uprising. The revision identified which Afrikaner populations would be sacrificed and which would be saved. The plan made Redeker the most hated man in South Africa. However, during the Great Panic, the government again sought Redeker out, this time to develop a plan for the zombie war.

The "Redeker Plan" began with the consolidation of all military forces to...

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