Suttree - Pages 374 - 415 Summary & Analysis

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Billy Ray Callahan's sarcastic, violent ways have lost him several jobs and involved him in several criminal incidents. At the Moonlite diner, Billy Ray is up to his usual activities of stealing money from purses and drinking people's drinks, and he gets shot in the face. Suttree will not let them cover his face because he is not dead, and he goes with him to the hospital, where Callahan lived for another five hours. Suttree sadly walks back to his home on the river.

Suttree rents a room for the winter so he can have steam heat. It is a drab, cold, and shabby, but he has brought his things and made it a temporary home. He feels like a city dweller, buying groceries and waking the streets. He receives another letter which he throws away. He observes the street people...

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