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1 The mayor of New Orleans is the first character introduced in this novel He is informed by a telephone call that Jes Grew is flaring up Jes Grew was an anti-plague Jes Grew enlivened the host Jes Grew begins to be explained to the reader 2 Jes Grew begins to spread through America It is very contagious 3 The Wallflower Order is explained It is somebody who doesnt dance Also the reader learns what the Mutafikah are Also known as art-nappers 4 In this part talk of the British Empire and America confuse me and I dont know how this fits into the story The sun never sets on the British Empire Theres a sucker born every minute 5 Warren Harding is elected president because he is anti-Jes Grew There is talk of a Talking Android I dont understand this yet 6 New Orleans is littered with bodies of victims who lay there until somebody comes to clean up Behind all political and cultural welfare there is a secret society 7 This part takes place in New York where there is a lot of gang warfare One Crime Boss ties to hold somebody up but is shot at His cohorts have to stay in the car and wait out the shots fired at them 8 This part talks about prohibition and the effects it had on people Sneaking things around behind the governments back Also Harding is president 9 Younger people want to dance cheek to cheek while their parents are trying to prohibit dancing closer than 9 inches Two men talk about Hardings wife running the government A picket line explodes into violence and both of the men are killed along with many others 10 I dont understand this chapter at all but here goes Many new people are introduced But one man is being spoken about directly His name is PaPa LaBas He has headquarters that are located in the Mumbo Jumbo
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