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Desolation Angels - Book II, Part III - Passing Through America Again: Chapters 75 - 77 Summary & Analysis

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Book II, Part III - Passing Through America Again: Chapters 75 - 77 Summary

Just weeks after the arrival in Berkeley, Angie declares hatred for California. The presence of the mountains causes distress and Angie hates to be away from her daughter and friends in Florida. The furniture has not yet arrived and Angie is ready to make the return trip home.

Duluoz goes to the movies to escape the current situation at the apartment. When he returns home, Angie raves about how the Golden Gate Bridge is sinister, the mountains are laying in wait for something to happen, and she can't take a bath as she's afraid of falling and becoming injured. Jack laments, "Who asked to be born anyway?".

Jack agrees to help a friend move some items which will supplement his cash flow as...

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