Tropic of Orange: A Novel - Thursday: Chapters 25 through 28 Summary & Analysis

Karen Tei Yamashita
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Thursday: Chapters 25 through 28 Summary

In Chapter 25, Gabriel is concerned about Rafaela's welfare even though he does not understand what she was trying to tell him. Normally Gabriel welcomes any excuse to go to Mexico, but he is currently too busy covering news in Los Angeles.

When Gabriel speaks to Emi, he is annoyed at her callous attitude concerning the recent tragedies. She seems to view the news as entertainment. Emi tells Gabriel that the homeless living in the abandoned cars on the freeway have formed a choir. Buzzworm confirms this news and gives Gabriel additional information about the situation on the freeway.

Buzzworm tells Gabriel that he has heard that the tainted oranges were injected with cocaine as a way to smuggle the drug into the United States. Buzzworm asks if Gabriel plans to go to Mexico City to follow up on the...

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