The Bingo Palace - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

Gerry Nanapush makes it through his time in prison and in solitary by dreaming. He thinks about various foods and places, but he thinks most about two women in his past. First, he calls his last wife's name: Dot. He pictures her carrying on her regular tasks like knitting. She calls him every week, faithfully, even after they divorced and she remarried. However, June Morrissey's face haunts him more. He thinks about her all the time and draws her face when he can. With these thoughts, his days pass until one day he receives the news that due to his mother's efforts he will be transferred to a nicer maximum-security prison in Minnesota.

The joy of the trip alone keeps Gerry anxious for the transfer. He longs to see new sights and smell new air. Two marshals escort Gerry, who is handcuffed and...

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