Another Roadside Attraction - Part 3, pages 119-166 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, pages 119-166 Summary

Amanda purchases an old rooster from a mysterious cowboy, buying the Cowboy's story that the rooster, "Big Paint," is a retired chicken herder in need of a much-deserved rest. The narrator digresses to talk about gonorrhea, presenting John Paul's belief that a strain of the venereal disease has genetically altered mankind to produce a new breed of free thinking, free loving individuals. The narrator digresses further to speak of cockroaches, reciting Marx Marvelous's discourse on the insect's prodigious viability as a species.

In the present once more, the narrator reports that not thirty minutes before, the federal agents which hold he and Amanda in custody questioned them about various pieces of evidence pointing to John Paul Ziller having recently been in residence at the zoo. Despite threat of criminal charges, Amanda and the narrator deny having any relevant knowledge...

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