Tropic of Orange: A Novel - Saturday: Chapters 36 through 39 Summary & Analysis

Karen Tei Yamashita
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Saturday: Chapters 36 through 39 Summary

In Chapter 36, Arcangel must no longer pull the bus. The crowd pushes it, and along with the bus and the orange they push the Tropic of Cancer. Those behind Arcangel cheer him and while those in front try to dissuade him from going any father north. Sol follows Arcangel as he performs. As Arcangel juggles corn and the orange, the crowd is awed by sight of the last remaining orange. Sol, U.S. Customs agents, and the FBI run around Arcangel in circles.

In Chapter 37, Buzzworm walks toward Manzanar's overpass carrying a cooler. Manzanar examines the contents and says that it is the heart of a newborn baby. Buzzworm notices that landmarks seem out of place, and Manzanar says that things are shifting.

As Buzzworm passes through the area of the freeway with parked cars the homeless address him...

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