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There Are No Rules and Trapped in a Queer Place Summary and Analysis

Optimistic that the weather will soon clear, Hunter invites his son Juan to Hawaii to enjoy the water sports. Looking back, the author shudders at his naiveté, reflecting on the horrors that they were yet to face. He summarizes the trials of the coming months, foretelling of terrible storms, an obsessive need to sail, and ugly social behavior. Despite all hopes to the contrary, the rain continues.

The Kona fishing fleet remains docked. The rain keeps everyone indoors, where Hunter's football fanaticism annoys Ralph as much as Ralph's eccentricities annoy everyone else. Ralph blames Hunter for their predicament and worries for the well-being of his family. He is particularly concerned that the mental strain might be too much for his young daughter. Unfortunately...

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