Revolutionary Road - Part 3: Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3: Chapter 3 Summary

Bored with each other's company, the Campbells and the Wheelers head out for an evening of dancing and drinking at Vito's Log Cabin, where a delinquent drummer who thinks he's Gene Krupa leads a retro jazz unit that plays swing music. It's a popular teenage hangout on Route 12 because couples can meet away from supervising adults, be served alcohol illegally, and because its spacious parking lot afford lots of dark spaces. In the rowdy atmosphere of the tavern, April remains her aloof self while Frank gets high and decides to stop worrying about whether she's happy any more. The loud gyrations of the drummer remind him of the erotic moves of Maureen Grube, and he smiles happily as the drinking and dancing progresses. Eventually, Milly Campbell gets sick after dancing with Frank and returns from the bathroom to announce that she...

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