Tales of the City - Chapters 66 through 70 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 66 through 70 Summary

"The beach boys" Michael, getting some last minute tanning before the contest, is joined in the courtyard by Brian. Conversation indicates that they have a lot in common in that both are searching for sex and meaning in relationships.

"Ebony idol" At the restaurant where he works, Brian connects with a beautiful black woman who agrees to go for a drink with him and reveals that her name is D'orothea. Meanwhile, in the competitive atmosphere of the change room at the bar, Michael nervously prepares for the contest.

"D'orothea's lament" Over drinks, D'orothea tells Brian that she's a model, and that a passionate affair with an ad executive with whom she was working on a swimsuit campaign in New York ended when the executive suddenly decided to move to San Francisco. Now, she says, she wants to resume the relationship but doesn't know how to...

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