The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay - Part III, from P. 225 to P. 265 Summary & Analysis

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Part III, from P. 225 to P. 265 Summary

Part III, Chapter 6: George Deasy invites Joe and Sam to a party. The party is for the surrealist artist, Salvador Dali, who has finished his exhibit in the world's fair, the "Dream of Venus." George Deasy is old friends with Dali, from hanging around with him in the old days, in Mexico City. The party is at Mr. Longman Harkoo's house in Greenwich Village, NY City, where Mr. Harkoo lives with his daughter. Sam and Joe do not like going to party, but George Deasy drags them along and has them have a drink.

Chapter 7: The house is big and exotic and the crowd is full of leftists and artists. Salvador Dali is in the ballroom of the house, in a sea diver suit, with a helmet on his head attached to an air pump. The rest...

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