Last Exit to Brooklyn - Study Guide Part II: The Queen is Dead. Summary & Analysis

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Georgie sees herself as a hip queer as unlike most homosexuals, she does not hide her sexuality, wearing women's clothes and makeup, and acting how she pleases. However, her sexuality also causes her problems. She is obsessed with a man called Vinnie. Vinnie does not return her love, but instead teases her to the point of cruelty. Her brother is also a major obstacle in her life and she imagines that he will kill her if she keeps on taking drugs.

Vinnie has been a criminal since the age of 12 when he stole a hearse. He was so small at the time that the police thought the vehicle was driving by itself. When they hauled him in front of the judge, Vinnie was so innocent looking, the Judge could hardly keep a straight face. He told Vinnie...

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