The Big Sea: An Autobiography - Part II, Big Sea, Don't Hit a Woman—Distinguished Visitor Summary & Analysis

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Part II, Big Sea, Don't Hit a Woman—Distinguished Visitor Summary and Analysis

There is a pregnant dancer working at Le Grand Duc, who acts badly to the customers. When the boss tries to fire her, the girl is angry, and throws a champagne bucket at him. The boss slaps her to the floor, and Florence flies into a rage that he would hit a woman. The fight quickly becomes a wild brawl, with everyone taking sides over whether it is acceptable to hit a woman. Most of the customers flee, along with much of the staff. Two men carry their fight into the kitchen, where Langston is hiding and watching. Langston survives by climbing on to the icebox, and after the fight, it takes the club staff most of a day to clean...

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