Citizen 13660 - Pages 63 - 83 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 63 - 83 Summary and Analysis

Bachelor men are housed in what's called the "dorm" in the grandstand area. It is a wide open area, and to establish some sense of privacy, the men build what are called "Walls of Jericho" made of sheets or blankets around their little living areas. Some of these bachelors learn to play music or learn other skills to pass the time.

Privacy is a major issue almost everywhere. Barrack neighbors had to become used to each others' dancing, arguing, music, snores, and baby cries. Another "neighbor" comes in the form of constant appearances of rats and insects, as there is nothing in the way of pest control in the camp.

Laundry time involves bringing one's laundry to laundry buildings which unfortunately feature no hot water. Mine and her brother do washing after midnight when the facility is not so...

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