Tripmaster Monkey: His Fake Book - Chapter 6: A Song for Occupations Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6: A Song for Occupations Summary

For someone who wants to be a free man, Wittman feels he has incurred a lot of obligations. He has to create a play for Nanci Lee and the Yale Younger Poet. He has to find his Popo, and stay with Tasa "for richer, for poorer, forsaking all others."

Waking too late to call in sick, Tasa goes to work. Wittman goes downtown with her to register for unemployment. They have agreed that they will each work half the year, and collect unemployment half the year, while practicing their respective arts.

At the unemployment office, Wittman has trouble registering, because he does not have a driver's license, not owning a car. They will not accept his student I.D., library card or social security card. Wittman encounters an elderly Chinese woman with an injured hand...

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