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Tripmaster Monkey: His Fake Book Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7: A Pear Garden in the West Summary

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Chapter 7: A Pear Garden in the West Summary

Wittman calls his mother to report that he has found Popo. As always, to prevent her worrying, his first words are "Ma? I'm not sick or in trouble." He asks his mother, and her troupe of dancing Aunties, to be in his show. At first, his mother demurs. The War Bonds Rescue China act contributed to World War II, which spawned nuclear weapons. Ruby Long Legs, Wittman's mother, refuses to support war now that her son may be sent to Vietnam. Wittman wins her over by pretending to believe that the old girls can no longer dance well. Wittman calls everyone to rehearse the following night, including Tasa, Lance, Nanci Lee and the Yale Younger Poet. The entire community attends the show, including the "old fut," who proves to be the head of the Benevolent...

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