Under the Net - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

Lefty spends the evening drilling James on his political views as Dave and Finn hover at the bar unwilling to participate in the spirited debate. Lefty and James come to realize that they are both socialists and have more in common than originally thought when the evening began. After awhile they are even enjoying their debate and find to their dismay that it is closing time for the bar. They buy four bottles of brandy and head out to continue their talks with Dave and Finn in tow.

First Lefty has to make a stop at the Post Office and they follow him in, take advantage of the cavernous building and launch into song before being asked to leave by the authorities. James cannot leave before he sends a letter to Anna, telling her that she is beautiful and that he loves her. Then the foursome is...

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