Big Sur - Chapter 32 & 33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32 & 33 Summary

This chapter is dedicated to the conversation Jack and Billie have while they are preparing to leave for the weekend. Billie is trying to shake Jack out of not being willing or ready to marry her, and Jack is desperate to convince her that marriage is not the way their relationship should go.

Before the band of friends goes to the cabin in Chapter Thirty-three, they stop by Cody's house at Jack's request under the guise of picking up some clothes he left. He really wants the two women in Cody's life to see each other face to face. When he accomplishes his goal, the women ignore one another, and he blabbers drunk for a while, realizing how out of place he is in this domestic scene, and how uncomfortable everyone is. After a bit of failed conversation, they all head back out...

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