Sex and Rage - Section 2: Pages 55-83 Summary & Analysis

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At parties in “Bungalow Mornings,” Etienne would choose a different woman to sleep with each time. Max did not care about the woman Etienne chose since she loved Max, and Jacaranda’s indifference made Etienne prefer to sleep with her. Etienne always slept with at least one woman - but often two women - each night. He prefers blondes. In the mornings at Etienne’s lavish mansion, Max would come over; then, when Max and Jacaranda started fighting, Etienne would leave to focus on business. One night, Jacaranda drinks 14 White Ladies, a drink made of vodka and cream. She starts thinking about how she is “doomed,” like so many of the other girls who had been brought aboard the “barge” (58). Jacaranda knows she is becoming an alcoholic. Jacaranda thinks about the people on the barge, whose lives, she thinks are “always the...

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