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Candy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, The Kingdom of Momentum, Chapters 12-14 Summary

Luke Davies
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Part 2, The Kingdom of Momentum, Chapters 12-14 Summary

In chapter twelve, Truth 1: Dreams, the narrator has a dream where he is on a boat. It capsizes and water is everywhere. He is drowning. But he is not overdosing, as overdosing would be a snowflake dream. He is disgusted with his life as Candy is still a prostitute and they're both deep into heroin.

In chapter thirteen, Ashtray, it is after a long, uneventful winter. They still live in the warehouse. They have a new dealer named Little Angelo because their main dealers Kojak and Lester have delays. Candy is angry because the narrator buys heroin from Little Angelo and takes some before arriving home. This causes a major argument. Candy calls the narrator selfish and nasty things are said by both. As the day passes, Candy grows more annoyed at him for little...

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