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Desolation Angels - Book II, Part III - Passing Through America Again: Chapters 78 - 79 Summary & Analysis

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Book II, Part III - Passing Through America Again: Chapters 78 - 79 Summary

With plans to return to Florida underway, Jack spends one last evening getting drunk and high on peotl (peyote) in the back yard of the cottage. The evening is filled with silly talk and sweet remembrances. In some ways, this feels like a final goodbye.

Angie finally convinces Jack that it is time to give up all the death, suffering and Buddhist celebration. The only way to love, Angie says, is "quiet", among family. Ben and people like Irwin "Gazootsky" and the other friends don't know how to live! Jack needs to have fun, eat good food and sleep in a good bed. That's all there is.

Book II, Part III - Passing Through America Again: Chapters 78 - 79 Analysis

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