Down and Out in Paris and London - Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 33 Summary

It is a dull time for the narrator, moving daily from lodging house to lodging house with Paddy. One day, they go to a church that serves a once-a-week tea to tramps. About one hundred tramps crowd into the church and behave abominably during the sermon and prayers. They stomp their feet and jeer at the preacher after having received their tea and bread.

Bozo has had a rough few days and doesn't have enough money for lodging for the night. He sells his razor to get enough for lodging and then realizes that he's sold his razor without shaving first. He laughs about this, and the narrator admires him for being able to laugh.

Chapter 33 Analysis

This chapter marks the climax in the novel. The tramps, who have been mostly docile and put down by society, rise up and put down the very people who are...

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