Summary and Analysis Part III: Chapter 28 - Prendergast

Summary

Prendergast writes a Jesus-preaching postcard to a man named W.F. Cooling and tells him that once Prendergast becomes corporation counsel, Prendergast will be Cooling's boss.

Analysis

Prendergast demonstrates growing insanity along with continuing fascination with the prospect of Harrison appointing him to Prendergast's desired position.

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Both John Root and Daniel Burnham meet their wives in their work on

Q&A

In The Count of Monte Cristo, does cupidity mean love? I'm guessing that because of, you know, Cupid . . . Valentine's Day.

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