Money: A Suicide Note - Section 3, pg. 89 to 136 Summary & Analysis

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Section 3, pg. 89 to 136 Summary

John Self stands at a bar, reading a tabloid magazine called Morning Line. He has flown back to America. Fielding Goodney tells John to keep a handle on the addiction industries, including pornography, alcohol and drugs. Fielding tells him about a maniac who drops heavy tiles from the roof onto people walking below. John does not understand why the guy would do this, because he thinks there is no money in this. He has to meet Caduta Massi to reassure her about the film. He goes to make sure Martina Twain's phone number is not in his address book, so he does not have to apologize for missing their date, but he sees Selina has written it there. John meets a woman, She-She, and pretends to be a writer named Martin, before they have sex. He then spends some...

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