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Desolation Angels - Book II, Part I - Passing Through Mexico: Chapters 24 - 29 Summary & Analysis

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Book II, Part I - Passing Through Mexico: Chapters 24 - 29 Summary

The trip goes into Memphis then onto West Virginia, where Norman announces that he can drive no longer. Duluoz is asked to drive although he doesn't know how. Norman insists and the car travels easily into Wheeling, where Duluoz buys a bottle to celebrate.

At last, the group hits the New Jersey turnpike, and the trip is nearly at an end. Duluoz rides in the back with Irwin and Simon who sleep. Duluoz thinks about their differences and what will happen to them all in the end.

The poets say goodbye to Norman and Tony, relieved to be back in Manhattan once more. Exhausted and bedraggled, Irwin takes them to an apartment rented by two girls with whom he was acquainted. The girls, both named...

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