Don't Stop the Carnival - Janet West Summary & Analysis

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Janet West Summary

Iris Tramm/Janet West drives Paperman and Atlas to the airport in her new white Chevrolet convertible, with her dog Meadows. Before he leaves for New York, blustering about how much he hates to fly and over the fact there is no bar at the Amerigo airport, Atlas tells Paperman not to worry about the finances of buying the Gull Reef Club and reasserts his mantra that the Caribbean in on the cusp of a major real estate boom. Once Atlas has left, Iris takes Norman on a mini-tour of the island that also serves as an opportunity for the author to furnish the reader with more local color. They drive through the narrow, twisted streets of the town where impoverished native children play in the street and adults are fond of driving backwards. Iris also takes Paperman up to Signal...

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