Trainspotting - Blowing It: Courting Disaster, Junk Dilemmas No. 66, Deid Dugs, Searching for the Inner Man Summary & Analysis

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Blowing It: Courting Disaster, Junk Dilemmas No. 66, Deid Dugs, Searching for the Inner Man Summary

Courting Disaster, the beginning of the fourth book, is told from Renton's point of view. He and Spud are in court facing charges of theft for stealing books. Renton claims to have a passionate interest in Kierkegaard, but Spud cannot keep the story straight and admits to stealing the books in order sell them and buy drugs. The judge sentences Spud to ten months in prison, but he allows Renton to be released on the condition that he remains in a rehab program. Begbie, Sick Boy, and Renton's family, including Billy, meet him after court. They go out for drinks and Renton is mortified by his mother's brazen drunkenness. At one point, Spud's mother comes in and...

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