Manhattan Transfer - Chapter 10, Went to the Animal's Fair Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10, Went to the Animal's Fair Summary

George and Ellen talk about the impending war in Europe as they ride in a taxi toward a roadhouse where he introduces her to Gus and his wife. Over clams, George tells Ellen the story of Gus' accident and how that started his legal practice and also about the brief lover affair with his wife. Their conversation turns to success, and George starts down a path about his desire for Ellen. She asks him not to go further. Jimmy and Bullock drink at a table in the same roadhouse with Tony and another man. The conversation involves a recent local murder and the war. Jimmy and Bullock talk with Congo, who works as a barkeep at the roadhouse. Congo tells about hearing a car the night of the murder.

George presses Ellen again about his feelings for...

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