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Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World - Study Guide Chapter 33, Rainy-Day Laundry, Car Rental, Bob Dylan Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 33, Rainy-Day Laundry, Car Rental, Bob Dylan Summary

The Narrator dries the Chubby Girl's clothes and then returns to the apartment where he finds her still naked but asleep in bed. He places her clothes by her and then wanders the apartment thinking about his past life there. He had moved in just over eight years ago, still married then. He considers that he has only twenty-two hours left to live and begins to assess his life in minor ways. He finally leaves, then purchases new clothes and kills time in a bar. He goes to the restroom and urinates for two full minutes. He then goes shopping and retrieves his bag from the claim, thinking all along that there is no practical reason for doing so. He then rents a car, tosses the bag into the backseat, and drives home.

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