Suttree - Pages 364 - 374 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 364 - 374 Summary

Suttree's houseboat is tilted and has taken on water. He has not seen Harrogate, and goes to see the ragman. The ragman says Daddy Watson was taken away by someone, but he doesn't know who, and if he has kin they aren't making themselves known. Harvey is still alive and drunk.

Suttree goes out on a stormy night and asks the lightning to char his bones, asking whether he is a monster, or if there are monsters inside of him. Wandering around town, he comes across a lawyer who knew Suttree's father, and who had been chief counsel for Scopes, a friend of Darrow and Mencken. The lawyer is dirty and ragged; he assumes Suttree is into commercial fishing and wishes him well. Suttree goes to the trainyard, remembering his aristocratic grandfather stepping down to the platform and the black porter...

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