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The Monkey Wrench Gang Chapter Summary & Analysis - Origins I: A.K. Sarvis, M.D. and Origins II: George W. Hayduke Summary

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Origins I: A.K. Sarvis, M.D. and Origins II: George W. Hayduke Summary

Doc Sarvis burns down billboards along highway 66 as a beautification project. Police typically arrive within fifteen minutes, but are unable to either explain the fires or put them out with their small extinguishers. Doc is driven on these expeditions by his lover, Bonnie Abbzug, in a Lincoln Continental. The couple drives to a location on this evening, and stop briefly to listen to the sounds of the river they love. Abbzug is a hard woman from the Bronx, who admits she loves Doc in a certain way. Doc, who has been loved only by his mother, his now deceased wife, and his children, feels lucky to have a buddy such as Bonnie. Doc's car has several emblems of his beliefs, including a medical...

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