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Dance Dance Dance: A Novel Chapter Summary & Analysis - chapters 12-19 Summary

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chapters 12-19 Summary

In Chapter 12, the writer returns to the bedroom. He is chilled to the bone. No matter what he does, insomnia plagues the man. Finally, around dawn, the man sleeps. At 3 p.m., the receptionist wakes him when she comes to visit on her break. The receptionist is still wary of the man. He tries to make her feel at ease but fails because of lack of sleep. The conversation is very strained and strange. The man keeps making references to a gray gorilla.

In Chapter 13, at 9 p.m. the writer goes out for dinner. All signs of his previous sluggishness have vanished. He feels awake but still puzzled over recent events. He thinks about Kiki. He thinks about the Sheep Man. The writer knows that he wants and needs something but does not know what that something is. He is reminded of his ex-wife who...

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