Trainspotting - Kicking: In Overdrive, Growing Up in Public, Victory on New Year's Day Summary & Analysis

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Kicking: In Overdrive, Growing Up in Public, Victory on New Year's Day Summary

The point of view shifts to Sick Boy in In Overdrive. He is walking with Renton on a sunny afternoon, disgusted by his friend's lack of interest in finding women. Two English girls approach them and ask directions to a playhouse for a Festival performance. Sick Boy is startled that Renton successfully engages them on the subject of Brecht. They make plans to meet later, and Sick Boy ditches Renton, carrying on an imaginary conversation with his idol Sean Connery. He decides he cannot stand any of his mates.

Growing Up in Public switches to the third person, as Renton's goth teenage niece Nina sits miserably with her family after her Uncle Boab has died. The family comforts her Aunt Alice...

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