The Most Beautiful Woman in Town & Other Stories - Study Guide A White Pussy Summary & Analysis

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An unnamed narrator enters an unnamed bar whose current theme is Mexican and sits dully until a "Mexican with the Perpetual Grin" sits down beside him. When the man asks for "3 g's," the narrator takes him for a cop. He claims to be a night school student who needs to tide himself over until he can blow a safe and retire to Beverly Hills, where future riots cannot harm him. The man claims to have seen the narrator wandering the streets, bloody and in tatters but been too afraid of him to help. The narrator claims to have been luck: too unimportant to kill. They talk about assassinations and the Black Revolution, the grinner asks again for a loan, and the narrator again ask if he is FBI. The man leaves angrily.

The narrator steps outside, thinking about how they had wanted to...

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