Cat's Cradle - Chapters 89-99 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 89-99 Summary

Finally, Frank arrives home. He speaks in a kazoo-like voice. Perhaps to overcome this deficit, Frank's language is sprinkled with manly clichys about calling a spade a spade and riding off into the sunset. Frank offers John a job at the princely salary of $100,000 per year. When John asks what the job is, Frank replies it is the presidency of San Lorenzo.

John protests. He thought that Frank was the next designated president of San Lorenzo. Frank replies that his definition of maturity is recognizing one's limits. Frank realizes that like his father, he is a whiz with technical things, but at a total loss in dealing with people. "he wasn't far from Bokonon in defining maturity. 'Maturity,' Bokonon tells us, 'is a bitter disappointment for which no remedy exists, unless laughter can be said to remedy anything."' When...

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