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Naked Lunch - Chapters 24 and 25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 24 and 25 Summary

The author provides commentary on Lee's life. Lee and his friend Bill Gaines go to Panama and on through Central and South America. The American Embassy will not give any information about him other than the fact that he is dead and buried in the American Cemetery. The author explains his philosophy of sensual or "possession writing." The story becomes the author's adventures in Tangiers during which he met the characters described in the novel. He calls Naked Lunch a How To Manual of blue print to the experience of drug addiction. The author recounts various drug hallucinations and conversation.

This section is told in poetic terms and details thoughts about drug addiction, including the character of Lee and the City of Interzone.

Chapters 24 and 25 Analysis

This last section of the novel breaks away from the storylines and presents a clear message directly...

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