Notes of a Dirty Old Man - Section 21 and Section 22 Summary & Analysis

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Section 21 and Section 22 Summary and Analysis

Section 21 begins on page 108 with the phrase, "in Philly, I had the end seat...." Bukowski explains that he is a sandwich runner for a run down bar. He asks one evening why no one goes to the bar down the street, and the other patrons tell him the bar is a gang bar. Bukowski heads out, goes to the gang bar, and orders a scotch. When the bartender finally serves him, he asks for another, and orders one for a woman sitting alone. It is clear the woman is part of the establishment, but Bukowski orders her several drinks. When he goes to the bathroom, two men attempt to kill him by hitting him in the head, but he simply walks away, goes back to the bar and buys them drinks. The men leave him alone, and...

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