The Philosophy of Andy Warhol - Chapter 14, The Tingle Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14, The Tingle Summary and Analysis

When at home in New York City, Andy talks on the phone to many of his B's to catch up on the latest gossip. Andy normally initiates the phone calls but sometimes he wakes too early to place calls so he watches TV or washes his underwear until a sensible hour. On this morning, a phone call comes in from a female B and Andy knows who it is on the other end of the line before Andy picks up the phone because this B is notorious for calling Andy before he can call her.

Andy answers the phone in the midst of eating jam from a jar and B launches into a very long diatribe of her current events, most of which consist of cleaning her apartment. B is obsessed with cleanliness and delineates for Andy...

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