Suttree - Pages 107 - 136 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 107 - 136 Summary

Suttree's friend who owns the neighboring bar, a black woman named Ab Franklin, may have syphilis. There is a reference made to falling in the street, Jena, and another time. It is not clear whether Suttree might have syphilis as well, since he seems to know the technical terms for Ab's condition. Suttree leaves Ab's and runs into Hoghead, who discusses a recent incident of a black woman shooting at him. He visits a store and sees his friend Oceanfrog and Trippin' Through the Dew, both transvestites, as well as Gatemouth and Jabbo. They discuss the crazy evangelist, who has supposedly cut off his own testicles, and Trippin' Through the Dew comments on how attractive Suttree is as he leaves to spend some time at Ab's.

Suttree is obsessed with uniqueness, and still sees his tiny brother's dead, swaddled body in...

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