Don't Stop the Carnival - The Sending Summary & Analysis

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The Sending Summary

Lester Atlas returns to a snowy Manhattan and phones Henny Paperman to tell her that Norman will be delayed another day in Amerigo attending to business. Miffed that her husband hasn't come home for a special 20th anniversary turkey dinner she's prepared, Henny sits and watches the swirls of snow and wonders what Norman is up to in the tropics. Henny's husband arrives the following evening in an arctic blast of cold air, carrying a present for her—an antique bracelet of silver and diamonds purchased from a homosexual shop owner in Amerigo after Iris Tramm had bartered the price to half. Startled and shocked, Henny tells Normal to return it but he refuses although he's spent his last dime on the bracelet out of guilt over his flirtation with Iris.

Once he brushes the snowflakes off, Norman learns that...

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