Half of Paradise - Book III, When the Sun Begins to Shine, Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Book III, When the Sun Begins to Shine, Chapter 2 Summary

J.P. Winfield: Winfield goes to see a doctor, complaining of blackouts. The doctor asks why Winfield thinks he is blacking out and Winfield claims not to know. Winfield admits to taking barbiturates but denies taking anything stronger. Winfield explains that he has been taking the drugs for a long time and is clearly addicted but needs them to support his lifestyle and career as a singer. The doctor tells Winfield he needs to stop.

The doctor gives Winfield a check up. The first problem is that Winfield's blood pressure is too high. The second issue is that Winfield has a heart murmur. The doctor explains why Winfield needs to give up the drugs that the stimulants put too much strain on the heart. Winfield says he doesn't think he can...

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