The Accidental Tourist - Study Guide Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Macon and Sarah have separated. Sarah has found an apartment, leaving him the house and all his bizarre little habits. Macon loves his systems so and now that he has no one to criticize them, he delights in them. Most of them have to do with cleaning. The dishwasher, to his mind, is a huge waste of energy. In his system, he will add each dirty dish to the kitchen sink with some bleach and on alternate days, he will pull the plug and spray everything with very hot water.

Macon does show some flexibility in scheduling when he switches from taking his showers in the mornings to the nights. While he is in there, he lets the tub fill with water in which he swishes around his dirty clothes. Then he hangs everything up on hangers to dry. Then he dresses in tomorrow's underwear so he...

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