Anything Goes - Chapter 2 and Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

John Barrowman
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Chapter 2 and Chapter 3 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 2: Barrowman describes himself as a baby to a baby depicted in a hellish underworld in one of Hieronymus Bosch's paintings called The Garden of Earthly Delights. Barrowman was the baby from hell. He was born on March 11th, 1967 in Scotland. He cried constantly and nothing could tame him. The family even tried to give him whiskey to calm him, but it didn't work. Another reason Barrowman calls himself the baby from hell is that the inside of his mouth and tongue were bright blue for a time because of an ointment used to kill an infection.

Barrowman had a brother named Andrew, older by five years, and the eldest sibling Carole, older by eight years. Barrowman cried so often and fiercely that his older siblings hated him and wanted him gone. Barrowman's father, who had a...

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