Notes of a Dirty Old Man - Section 34 through Section 36 Summary & Analysis

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Section 34 through Section 36 Summary and Analysis

Section 34 begins on page 170 with the words, "he was a rich bastard...." Bukowski discusses a wealthy man who has everything, but sits crying in a steam bath because nothing excites him anymore. He asks for Bukowski's help, and Bukowski beats him with a belt, and burns him with a cigar. The man's lawyer pays him $50, and asks him to return in a week. Section 35, beginning on page 172 with the words, "he came down through the laundry shoot..." is a highly unique story, with a less real-world feel. Bukowski envisions himself as a sort of revolutionary. He and his partner Maxfield kill a man, but discover it is the wrong man. While Bukowski calls his boss and speaks in code, Maxfield gives oral sex to the dead man. Upon his return, Bukowski reminds Maxfield that revolution will require...

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