Trainspotting - Kicking Again: Strolling Through the Meadows Summary & Analysis

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Kicking Again: Strolling Through the Meadows Summary

Strolling Through the Meadows is told from Spuds point of view. He is out for the evening with Begbie, Matty, Renton, and Sick Boy. Most everyone wants to go to a pub, but Begbie wants to rob a tourist in the Meadows. The rest of the group is concerned about this because the last time they did this Begbie nearly killed the man. It was all over the news, and the man is still in hospital. Begbie proceeds to verbally abuse the group, attempting to cajole them to join him. Matty, in a customarily dark mood, agrees. Spud reflects that Matty is an unpleasant character, one that he never drinks with unless there is a group.

Once Begbie and Matty are gone, the rest of the group does some ecstasy and gets drunk...

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