Debbie Harry Sings in French - Chapters 4-6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 4-6 Summary

Johnny is in rehab at Parkwood. One morning he hears Blondie's Debbie Harry singing in French on the radio as part of an All 80's Weekend show. He is instantly taken with her voice. Julia, the girl who owns the radio, makes a cassette for Johnny of the Best of Blondie.

Over his weeks at Parkwood, Johnny discovers that perhaps Debbie Harry's music can fill the void in him he'd been trying to fill with alcohol. He listens to the music religiously, every Sunday morning. Near the end of Johnny's stay, Julia shows Johnny a picture of Debbie Harry in Rolling Stone magazine. And Johnny is in love.

Chapter 5

Back at home, Johnny and Terry can't find their groove again. Johnny has cleaned up his act, his tastes have changed, and his idea of fun is no longer the same. He...

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