Tales of Ordinary Madness - Study Guide Cunt and Kant and a Happy Home Summary & Analysis

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Cunt and Kant and a Happy Home Summary

Jack Hendley arrives at the horse track, irritated that a house guest has prevented him from preparing the day's bets in advance. He watches the other gamblers mill around, and as he hastily prepares his card, he notices that one old man keeps following him. Hendley manages to shake him off, but loses every bet of the day. At the end of the night, he returns home to prepare the next day's card.

Cunt and Kant and a Happy Home Analysis

Jack Hendley repeatedly experiences the roller-coaster ride of gambling addiction on this night at the track. Every race begins with the elation of hope when his horse looks good and the others look tired, yet every race ends with the crushing low of defeat when, in the last length, his horse gives up, or...

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