The Book of Harlan - Chapters 89 - 93 Summary & Analysis

Bernice L. McFadden
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It is July of 1967 in Chapter 89, the author described the times as; the days of hippies, rebellion against the Vietnam War and free love. Free love meant that people paired up with each other no matter their color, ethnicity, gender, or age. A lot of weed was smoked and drugs such as LSD was ingested. Dealers like Harlan made a lot of money because as a small dope peddler, he was turned into a "low-level tycoon" (282). Harlan, John Smith and a couple other guys were in the basement after the rain chased them from outside. Harlan and a band member named Solomon, waited out the rain by playing dice, drinking gin and smoking pot. Solomon was beating Harlan at dice and Harlan kept putting more money up to try and win what he lost. The rain stopped and Emma called the guys to...

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