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A Horse Walks Into a Bar - Pages 120-171 Summary & Analysis

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As Dovaleh starts narrating the drive he took from camp Gadna to Jerusalem, the man in the yellow jacket thumps his fist on the table in rebellion, joined by the man with broad shoulders. The crowd becomes noisy and disruptive, and Dovaleh looks to Avishai for help. Summoning the authoritative voice he honed as a judge, Avishai stands up and shouts, "Let him tell his story already!" (122) - only the second time he has spoken that night, and the first time audibly. The crowd silences, with the exception of the yellow jacket man who, though respectful of Avishai, criticizes Dovaleh for indulging in his story rather than telling jokes. In response, Dovaleh promises more jokes while he continues his story. After winning the crowd over with pantomime, he suddenly recalls who Azulai is, or "Pitz" as he called her.

Dovaleh drives properly into...

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