Cannery Row - Chapters 27-32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 27-32 Summary

Mack and the boys—Cannery Row's Virtues, Beatitudes, and Beauties—affect by their party planning not just the Row but far beyond to Pacific Grove, Monterey, and Carmel. The party must be at Doc's because of the phonograph. Everyone circles October 27 in his or her memory and start considering presents. All of the Bear Flag girls have visited the lab (non-professionally) and seen the worn red blanket on Doc's bed. They decide to make him a silken patchwork quilt from underclothing and evening dresses. They work on it around visits from the fishermen. The effort helps dispel the fights that are always present in whorehouses. Lee finds a twenty-five-foot string of firecrackers and a bag of China lily bulbs perfect. Malloy, an antique buff, parts with a polished 1916 Chalmers connecting rod and piston. Mac and the boys decided on...

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