The Most Beautiful Woman in Town & Other Stories - Twelve Flying Monkeys Who Won't Copulate Properly Summary & Analysis

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Twelve Flying Monkeys Who Won't Copulate Properly Summary

As Henry Bukowski struggles to build a story around the concept of twelve flying monkeys—lots of sex is mandatory, he is interrupted by Crazy Jack and two looking for Jerry Borst. Jack tells about a close call holding drugs at Venice Beach. He and his woman invade Borst's house while he is giving someone oral sex, and hides in the bathroom, themselves enjoying hours of sex. Borst, also supported by his mother, has not written a decent poem since 1955. Borst later phones, asking to borrow money so he can go to New York City. Having lost his sponsors has motivated him to write seriously again. He plans to visit Switzerland and Greece and settle in New York.

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