Psychotic Reactions and Carburetor Dung - Unpublishable Part Two and Untitled Summary & Analysis

Lester Bangs
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Unpublishable Part Two and Untitled Summary and Analysis

The excerpt from "Maggie May" is a fictional piece of work that was inspired by the Rod Stewart songs of the same name. The excerpt begins with an unnamed male character remembering meeting an older woman in a bar in London. He is bored with girls his own age who all seem to be anorexic, which he finds unappealing, while this woman is a good deal larger but not quite fat. The two return to the woman's apartment and have extremely passionate sex. After having sex, they lie together and kiss until they become aroused and once again have sex, which Bangs describes as a religious experience.

When they wake up the next morning, the man asks the woman her name, which enrages her and leads her to kick him out. Both spend...

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