Trainspotting - Relapsing: Scotland Takes Drugs in Psychic Defense, The Glass, A Disappointment, Cock Problems Summary & Analysis

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Relapsing: Scotland Takes Drugs in Psychic Defense, The Glass, A Disappointment, Cock Problems Summary

The second book of the novel begins with Scotland Takes Drugs in Psychic Defense, told from Tommy's point of view. He is in bad stead with his girlfriend Lizzy since he purchased a ticket to see Iggy Pop with his friend on the same night as her birthday. He is worried about this, because he likes Lizzy and knows he probably won't be able to do better than her. The night of the show, Tommy borrows some money from his parents for booze and speed. He and his friend go to the concert and get ridiculously drunk and high, bashing each other to a bloody pulp.

The point of view shifts back to Renton in The Glass. Here, he...

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