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Desolation Angels - Book I, Part I - Desolation in Solitude: Chapters 41 - 47 Summary & Analysis

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Book I, Part I - Desolation in Solitude: Chapters 41 - 47 Summary

Kerouac dreams of being in Cody's kitchen foraging for food. Cody's two young sons in the dream comment on Kerouac's noisemaking while he searches and the author is compared to a rat. Evelyn comes home and makes a disapproving remark about Kerouac's choice of food.

The dream switches to Frisco. Kerouac peruses the wine selection in the stores and happens to see a newspaper story about reformatory boys in Washington, D.C. The boys had committed crimes because they were smitten with a girl who flaunted herself in front of them, using feminine wiles to get what she wants. The girl is a tease. In Kerouac's eyes, the girl is a bitch who will most likely end up getting pregnant and being taken care of...

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