The Rum Diary: The Long Lost Novel - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

On Tuesday, Paul is sent to the airport to meet a plane that is supposed to carry the mayor of Miami, but the mayor never shows up. Paul calls the office to report this and is told to stay away because there is a riot outside with the union strikers. Paul decides to spend the rest of the morning visiting Yeamon at his house on the beach. It is a long drive and the road is not paved, but Paul makes it safely. Paul arrives at the house, which turns out to be nothing more but a one room shack, and finds it empty. While searching around for Yeamon, he finds him and Chenault swimming naked in the ocean. Paul is jealous of their youth and their easy way with each other, but not so jealous that he chooses to interrupt. Instead, Paul...

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