The Day of the Locust - Study Guide Chapters 21 and 22 Summary & Analysis

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Claude Estee goes with Tod to the cock fight at Homer's garage the next night. When they get there, Abe Kusich tells them that the fights are off, because the guy with the other birds never showed up. Earle and Miguel are musing about the money they would have made, so Claude offers to buy one of their birds, just to see a fight. The men agree, and Claude pays $15 for an old red rooster, which is pitted against their prize-winner. It's almost not even a fight. The old bird is dead before long. The men don't say anything after it's over. They just pass the whisky.

The men were all are getting drunk, when Homer comes out to invite them inside for a drink. Faye meets them at the door dressed in green silk pajamas and stilettos. She charms them and gets drinks for...

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