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Desolation Angels - Book II, Part I - Passing Through Mexico: Chapters 44 - 48 Summary & Analysis

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Book II, Part I - Passing Through Mexico: Chapters 44 - 48 Summary

Harry Garden, Irwin's father, drives the poets home from the visit at Williams' home. Harry, also a poet, plays host to the Beats. Raphael goes on a rampage, calling Duluoz a hypocrite for denouncing money but then refusing to spend anything.

Ruth tells Duluoz that her psychoanalyst has attributed the ongoing rash to his presence and asks him to move out. Duluoz spends one night at Julien's before getting a hotel downtown.

Duluoz buys food, is shortchanged, and resigns himself to typing the work written in Mexico while surviving on coffee.

Duluoz begins a mad love affair with a woman who shows empathy and buys the poet two hot dogs. The woman is pretty, with blonde hair and an air of elegance. The relationship proves...

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