Suttree - Pages 220 - 240 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 220 - 240 Summary

It is summer and there is a new Indian fisherman on the river named Michael. Suttree sees at Turner's stall an eighty-seven-pound catfish and stops one day to find out how Michael had caught such a huge fish. The Indian gives him a jar of foul-smelling bait that he eventually throws out because it is so rank. Paying a visit to Suttree, the Indian tells him that his boat was lost while he was in jail in town. He tells Suttree of a large black man who was in jail being beaten by cops (whom the reader might assume was Ab), and who did some damage himself to them. They find Michael's boat and they part. As Suttree rows along, he is hit on the head with a rock thrown from the shore, throwing him backward into his boat and causing...

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