Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet - Tickets (1986) - New York (1986) Summary & Analysis

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Summary

In the section “Tickets (1986),” when Henry took the broken record to Bud’s Jazz Records, Bud told Henry there was no way to fix the record or even pull the song off and make a digital copy of it. Henry had thought from the beginning that the record, like some other things, just could not be fixed.

At home, Henry was surprised to see his best suit laid out on the bed. In the breast pocket of the coat was a ticket to New York City. Marty walked into the room behind his father. He told his father he was proud of the way he had taken care of his mother and that he wanted to do something in return. He had found Keiko and was sending his father to visit her. Unlike the last time someone had bought a ticket...

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