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A Slipping-down Life - Chapters 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13 and 14 Summary

At the start of Chapter 13, a preacher named Brother Hope comes to town, who Evie learns is giving sermons about the evils of drugs, liquor, and rock-and-roll that include her name as an example of a local girl who ruined her face during an orgy over a musician. Young people in the families of people who attend the church come to the Unicorn to see Evie and Drum, but it isn't enough to keep Zach from driving to their house one day to say he can't afford to have Drum play on Saturdays anymore. This time, Drum does not even argue. David says Zach should have realized the church crowd was coming to see Drum, and Evie decides the best way to get publicity is to go to the church and make a fuss. David reluctantly agrees, and says he will...

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