Richard Brautigan's Trout Fishing in America ; the Pill Versus the Springhill Mine Disaster ; and, in Watermelon Sugar - In Watermelon Sugar Summary & Analysis

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In Watermelon Sugar Summary

In Chapter 1, In Watermelon Sugar, the narrator says he lives in a shack near iDEATH made of "pine, watermelon sugar and stones," from which he can see fields of watermelon and many rivers, some of which are only a half-inch wide.

In Chapter 2, Margaret, the narrator can tell when Margaret approaches his shack because she always steps on the one squeaky plank in the wooden bridge, but he doesn't answer when she knocks on the door.

In Chapter 3, My Name, the narrator tells some of the many names he has, depending on whatever someone wants to calll him: "You walked someplace. There were flowers all around. That is my name. Or you were eating something good and for a second forgot whaty you were eating but still went on, knowing it was good. That is my name."

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