Tales of Ordinary Madness - Night Streets of Madness Summary & Analysis

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Night Streets of Madness Summary

Bukowski and a young poet sit on his porch after a party has ended. Bukowski likes the boy, but does not like the other guests at his party who talk about nothing but literature. Someone starts to blow a car horn down the street and the boy runs off to tell him or her to stop. Bukowski does not want to be put in jail again for being drunk in public, so he stays on his porch and thinks about having a conversation with Ernest Hemingway about why he killed himself. Finally, Bukowski goes to see what is going on with the boy and the car horn.

A woman is blowing the horn outside her own house because someone has blocked her driveway. The boy offers to push the car out of the way, but then another boy in a white...

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