Dhalgren - Chapter II, pgs. 55-109 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter II, pgs. 55-109 Summary

As a child, he was considered an Indian. He is wandering around the neighborhood wailing and crying. He finally finds his street and his mother. His father is home for the first time in two weeks.

Back in the present, he keeps thinking that he doesn't want to be sick again. Kidd goes back to the park commune. He talks to the girl who was sleeping bare breasted the night before. She tells him that he can learn a lot from the people of the commune. She visits every few days like Tak does and says her name is Lanya Colson. Lanya tires to help him remember his family's name. Lanya gives him directions to the house of Calkins who published the newspaper and he leaves.

Kidd meets a man named Joaquin Faust who tells him about...

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