The Flamethrowers - Chapters 16 – 20 Summary & Analysis

Rachel Kushner
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In Chapter 16, “Hookers and Children”, Reno returned to New York. John Dogg, the pushy artist from the Kastles’ dinner party, was showing a collection with Helen Hellenberger and was now in a relationship with Nadine, who had been with Thurman the night Reno first met Ronnie. Reno was amused to discover how successful John Dogg had become when she returned from Italy because when she left everyone showed disdain for his pushy tactics but now he was being lauded by the same people who used to make fun of him.

Reno was staying with Gloria and Stanley Kastle because she didn’t want to return to her and Sandro’s shared apartment. Sandro wanted Reno to come home. Reno kept secret the fact that she had helped Gianni while she was in Italy. Reno went to Sandro’s apartment to collect her clothes and...

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