Broken Summers - Pages 111-150 Summary & Analysis

Henry Rollins
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Pages 111-150 Summary and Analysis

Henry Rollins includes the press release he sent out for the Rollins Band's tour with the Black Flag benefit album for the West Memphis Three. From Lorri Davis, he gets Damien's copy of Calvino's Invisible Cities, and he wonders how incarcerated people deal with time dragging on and on.

Working in the office, Rollins answers letters and misses being on tour. He is still reading on F. Scott Fitzgerald, now Bruccoli's Fitzgerald and Hemingway, and he concludes that "people like me will always live alone" (p. 130), although someone stops him in traffic and shows him a tattoo of "Rollins" on his arm.

Henry includes his newsletter to his fans, which says that he is grateful that his fans keep coming out to the shows. He says that he has started working on the West Memphis Three project, and that...

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