The Most Beautiful Woman in Town & Other Stories - Trouble with a Battery Summary & Analysis

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Trouble with a Battery Summary

An unnamed narrator buys a "fine-looking Mexican-Indian girl" (also unnamed) a drink in a bar and is led upstairs for sex. Her vicious-looking kid brother is there as a body guard, because one of the girls had been cut up badly. She boasts that her big brother is the famous matador, Jaime Bravo. Each time they have sex, the narrator adds to the pile of bills. The tough bartender barges in wondering why she has not finished with this one yet. He is "sort of" her husband, but she does 8-10 guys a week. She pulls out a strap-on dildo and offers to let him experience anal sex. He asks her to put it away. He is reminded of an old Leslie Howard movie and Somerset Maugham's Of Human Bondage. She has not heard of them. He...

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