I, Tina - Chapter 6: Los Angeles Summary & Analysis

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A new dance, the twist, helps mark the beginning of the Sixties. Tina and the Ikettes practice the new dance and add it to their routine. Ike is happy to stay in the background as it is becoming increasingly apparent that the star vehicle in the revue is Tina. Being in LA, however, will allow Ike to wheel and deal with the big boys. He'll be happy with that role.

Tina finds the life of a rising recording star stressful. They are either on the road from one engagement to the next or in a studio recording. And then there's the constant practicing of new songs and dance moves. It is unending. Tina is not happy in the personal relationship she finds herself in with Ike. With no provocation, he punches her and hits her with shoes or other objects. Most...

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