Song of Kali - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18 Summary

In 1982 the Luczaks move to Colorado. Both teach in a small, underfunded college. Their salaries are lower, they miss their friends, and it is a long drive to civilization in Denver. The light and clear air help heal them. They fly to New York in 1983 for Abe's funeral and learn that he has left control of Other Voices in Bobby's hands, trusting that he will either continue it as an organ of excellence personally or through others whom he trusts, or give it a dignified funeral. Bobby takes over editorial work and finds it stimulating. Amrita enjoys advanced computer services. Bobby writes no poetry after Calcutta and the Song of Kali remains a discordant background in his life. He suffers vivid nightmares. The media cover horrors from California to Cambodia that prove that the Age of Kali has begun.

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