Notes of a Dirty Old Man - Section 27 and Section 28 Summary & Analysis

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Section 27 and Section 28 Summary and Analysis

Section 27 begins on page 145 with the phrase, "in those days there was usually somebody in my room...." The narrator mentions there is always a party in his room. One night, he awakens, drunk, to find a person next to him. He has fantasized for weeks about anal sex but could not find a willing woman. Believing this to be his moment, he takes the person from behind. The sheets fall back, and he realizes the person is a man. The narrator is ill, not wanting to believe the situation. He decides to sleep it off, and the following morning, nothing is mentioned, but the man does not leave. Several days later, he arrives at home to find his food eaten by the partygoers, his dishes used, and vomit in his sink. He orders everyone out, but the...

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