Trace - Chapters 51 - 58 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 51 - 58 Summary

Chapter 51: Edgar Allan Pogue sits in his white Buick and tallies up his resentments. He thinks about the red-haired waitress from the Other Way Lounge. He blames the cold he has caught on her and recalls how she kept him waiting the other night when he wanted to order another Bleeding Sunset. She got what she deserved. He thinks about his mother and his financial situation. Between his disability and the money his mother left him, he has enough to get by, but he still hears her voice in his head, nagging him about his finances. She also nags him about smoking a cigar while he's sick, but Pogue ignores her; he intends to smoke regardless. He resents his doctor for running out of flu vaccination. Pogue is sure he would not be sick now if he'd gotten his flu shot...

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