Jailbird - Study Guide Chapters 11, 12, 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 - At the beginning of this brief chapter, Starbuck unpacks his things in his room at the Arapahoe and wonders what the next day will bring. He discovers that the bottom drawer of the dresser is filled with clarinet parts, which he later deduces were stolen and which, by rights (and as an ex con), he should have reported to the police. Instead, he goes to sleep, and dreams a humiliating dream in which he's smoking again.

Chapter 12 - Starbuck rises early, still on his time schedule from prison. He wanders through the deserted streets of New York City, where he buys a New York Times and reads a book review by his estranged son. He then goes into a diner, in spite of a sudden slash of fear that everyone will know his disreputable past and is happily relieved to be treated with...

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