The Street - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

The Junto's plays an important part of the neighbourhood. During the cold weather months the patrons seek the warmth and during the warm weather months the patrons seek the cool atmosphere. The Junto means different things to different people. Men gather there to catch up on the latest gossip. Those without money will surely find a friend that will buy them a beer. Some of the men just want to scope out the women. The elderly women in the neighbourhood hate The Junto, while the young ones enjoy it as much as the men. The women visit in search of a man, or just to escape the walls closing in on them in their small and uncomfortable apartments. Lutie visits The Junto to escape her apartment.

"The inside of the Junto was always crowded, too, because the white bartenders in their immaculate coats...

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