Jitterbug Perfume - Study Guide Part IV, Downwind From the Perfect Taco Summary & Analysis

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Alobar is now in Concord State Prison. He now feels that he can smell his body aging. This began during the first year of his sentence. He could not perform all of the needed rituals in prison; he could only do the breathing exercises. "Now, in his third year behind bars, he could smell, taste, and hear the accelerated aging going on inside him. It smelled like mothballs. It tasted like stale chip dip. It sounded like Lawrence Welk" (Part IV, p. 234).

Alobar had lived in Livingston, Montana, where he had owned and operated a spa. This allowed him to take the hot baths that were part of the immortality process. This allowed Pan to roam the area with the spirit of Coyote. The residents became curious when Alobar didn't age, so he knew it...

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