The Acid House - Study Guide Granny's Old Junk, The House of John Deaf, Across the Hall, Lisa's Mum Meets the Queen Mum, The Two Philosophers, and Disnae Matter Summary & Analysis

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In "Granny's Old Junk," a scruffy young man comes to an assisted living facility to visit his grandmother for the first time in five years. A heroin addict in need of a hit, he knows she keeps a tin can full of money under her bed, and his intention is to steal it. Granny is surprised by the visit, and asks about the family, and asks if the young man, Graham, is staying away from drugs. He says yes, asks where the bathroom is, and then sneaks into her room. Instead of finding money in the tin, he finds heroin. She catches him...

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