Objects & Places from Junky

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Junk

The term used in the text for narcotics derived from opium.

Habit

Burroughs states that only junk forms this and then defines it as a dependency on junk.

Cure

Various methods of overcoming drug addiction are described as this.

Works

The items a junky uses to inject junk. They are described as a needle, a strip of paper wrapped around the needle to form a collar, and a dropper slipped over the paper collar.

Cottons

To assist the drawing up from the spoon a piece of this is used first to absorb the liquid.

Croaker

A slang term for a medical doctor.

Drugs

The text enumerates many of these beyond just junk. Burroughs considers them to be all non-addictive and thus fundamentally unlike junk.

Lush-Worker

This is a petty criminal who specializes in robbing unconscious drunks.

New York City

The first major locale and setting of the...

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