Telegraph Avenue - III. A Bird of Wide Experience Summary & Analysis

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III. A Bird of Wide Experience Summary

In Chapter III, the perspective shifts to that of Fifty-eight, Cochise Jone's parrot. Aisha, a friend of Cochise Jones, is cleaning out his apartment and being afraid of the bird, decides to open the window and set it free. The parrot flies from character to character and watches just for a moment before flying on. The parrot spies Gwen and Aviva arguing about Gwen's needing to apologize to the doctor and Garth Newgrange about the trauma of the home birth. Luther Stallings is plotting his ill-conceived plan to blackmail Chan Flowers and Julie and Nat Jaffe are at home, waiting for Aviva's arrival, the matriarch of the family.

After the parrot visits these characters briefly, allowing the reader of just a glimpse of what they are doing, it flies off to its freedom...

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