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Last Exit to Brooklyn Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part IV: Tralala. Summary

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Part IV: Tralala. Summary

Ever since she was fifteen, Tralala has been sexually active, often taking men to the park for sex. She distinguishes herself from other girls because unlike them, she refuses to play games and is unfussy about the men that she sleeps with. For Tralala, sex is just sex.

Tralala starts to frequent the Greek Bar where along with her friends, she picks up sailors and robs them of their money. Their tactic is to promise the sailors sex before taking them around the corner where someone is waiting to knock them out with a brick. Eventually, Tralala decides she can earn more going out on her own. She meets a doggie in Greeks and begins talking to him. However, the doggie seems to like talking too much. The lack of action frustrates Tralala so much, she picks up an empty bottle and smashes...

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