The Philosophy of Andy Warhol - Chapter 2, Love (Prime) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, Love (Prime) Summary and Analysis

A spoiled South Carolina debutante named Taxi becomes an important person to Andy, who is fascinated by Taxi's lifestyle. Taxi has moved to New York City to prove to her family that she can carve out a life on her own. Taxi struggles with life with little money and the comforts she is used to but adapts by buying cheap clothes and making fashion statements readily adapted by the fashion industry. Taxi is also a drug addict and her main focus each day is getting and hoarding the drugs she will need to support her addictions. Andy also notes that Taxi hoards items such as old brassieres and makeup and has horrendous personal hygiene habits. Taxi leaves Andy's life to go on the road with a singer and Andy hopes that the singer can take care of...

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