Cleanness - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Garth Greenwell
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Chapter 3, “Decent People,” follows the narrator as he participates in a large public demonstration for LGBT rights in Sofia, Bulgaria. The narrator rides in a taxi on his way to the demonstration. The taxi driver talks about the history of Bulgaria and complains that the country’s politics are consistently corrupt. The driver also talks despondently about his own life, claiming that he has no hope of a good future. The narrator is surprised to hear this, as the driver appears to only be about 30 years old. The narrator soon joins the large group of protestors at a gathering point. There have been many pro-LGBT protests recently, but the protestors appear to have grown somewhat upset due to a lack of acknowledgement from politicians. In the crowd, the narrator finds a friend of his, whom he refers to as “D.” in narration. D. is...

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