The Portable Dorothy Parker - Chapters 19-24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 19-24 Summary

Just a Little One revolves around a speakeasy in 1928. The main characters, a man and a woman, attend the speakeasy and spend the evening drinking highballs made from true scotch. The woman is impressed that the man knows about the speakeasy and marvels at how easy it is to get in.

Strange conversations take place, from the man's annoying and tasteless significant other, Edith, to the woman making the man promise to contain her should she drink too much. After all, the woman may want to go out and adopt stray animals. Cats and dogs are fine but trying to put a horse into an elevator is a difficult task.

At the end of the story, both are drunk and are ready to go out and adopt stray animals - even a horse.

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