Under the Net - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

James arrives at Dave's house where he can hear a hum of many voices. Dave knows too many people. He is on intimate terms with artists, politicians, students, friends of students, whoever. It seems as if anyone who has ever met him remains that way. That makes James a bit uncomfortable. Dave thinks James' problem is that he is an incorrigible artist and that if he would just get a regular job, most of his angst would disappear.

When Dave lets him into the house, he can see right away that it is filled with many young men, all sipping tea and all too deep in their discussions to notice him. However, he does see Finn, who is sitting on the floor, removed from the rest. Dave pokes at James that he would not be in this pickle if he would just find a regular job. And...

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