The Day of the Locust - Study Guide Chapters 23, 24 and 25 Summary & Analysis

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Faye is dancing with Miguel when Tod goes back into the house. Claude has a go at her, too. When Earle holds her, Abe decides to cut in, and a fight breaks out between the two men, resulting in the dwarf's being knocked unconscious. Tod and Claude revive him with cold water and convince him to leave. Homer disappears into his room and won't open the door when Tod knocks. Abe invites Tod and Claude to join him as he goes to find some girls, but they decline, and he takes off in his specially equipped car.

Tod has a huge hangover the next morning, calls in sick and goes to Homer's as soon as he feels a little better. The house is boarded up tight, and no one answers his knock, but he sees a curtain move a little and decides to try another...

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