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A Slipping-down Life - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

The chapter opens with a description of the drummer, David Elliott, who some people tried to call "Guitar" as a funny nickname, which didn't take, because David is too serious. He's six feet tall, with light blonde hair and blue eyes, but girls generally are not interested in him, because of this seriousness. He talks about the band's prospects of moving up, in contrast to Drum, who always talks about getting out of his hometown. David, who is an insurance salesman as a day job, does the work of getting gigs and publicizing the band. Drum thinks he drags the beat, but David denies it and tells him to get a new drummer if he feels that way, but nothing ever changes. On a Saturday afternoon, David visits Evie at her home. He finds her on the porch and introduces himself, although she...

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