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Desolation Angels - Book II, Part I - Passing Through Mexico: Chapters 6 - 11 Summary & Analysis

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Book II, Part I - Passing Through Mexico: Chapters 6 - 11 Summary

A trip to the Chinese laundry is one of the few things Gaines agrees to do. After running many errands, Gaines and Duluoz take a cab but ask to be dropped off at a movie house a black away. Gaines wants no one to know where he lives.

Duluoz continues to spend some of his time taking care of Gaines. The rest of the time is spent in solitude on the roof, enjoying the moon, stars, and echoes of music that rise up from the street. During this time, Duluoz writes a novel, finishes another, and records an entire volume of poetry.

Duluoz reviews his life to this point, not pleased that his windowed mother is penniless, and he has the appearance of an escaped...

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