Tales of Ordinary Madness - Study Guide One for Walter Lowenfels Summary & Analysis

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A man wakes up with a hangover and his girlfriend tells him that their daughter, Tina, needs to go to the doctor. She is a hysterical woman who believes in communism, free love, and other ideas. The man goes to work and she takes Tina to a bookstore where she can read her poems to an audience of like-minded people. That night, her poem is warmly received, and she glows as she tells her boyfriend about how Walter Lowenfels likes her poems. He goes in to check on Tina and is amazed that the little girl is still pure and full of hope, even after living with two such hopeless parents.

A few weeks later, on Tina's birthday, the man drives Tina around to pick up her birthday cake and some groceries. When he returns home, his girlfriend is furious. She...

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