The Electric Kool-aid Acid Test - Chapter III The Electric Suit Summary & Analysis

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When Kesey arrives, nobody makes a fuss about it. Unnoticed until now, Faye, Kesey's wife, and their three children come out from somewhere in the Warehouse. Wolfe is impressed with Faye's beauty and Kesey's muscular build. He tells a story about Kesey's false tooth that has the flag of the Merry Pranksters enameled on it that leads into how Kesey describes prison.

At this point, Wolfe understands more about what is going on. Kesey's thoughts become his own thoughts, and he is sure of the thoughts of everyone else in the room. The understanding grows when Kesey talks to a hippie journalist with an English accent. The journalist pleads with Kesey to stop telling people not to take LSD or other psychedelic drugs. Kesey argues that once the door is open, it serves no purpose to go...

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