Winter in the Blood - Part 2, Chapter 26 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 26 Summary

The narrator walks around downtown for a short time before seeing the airplane man with the barmaid from Malta. The narrator takes the car keys from his pocket and throws them into the gutter. The narrator goes into a bar where he finds his girl. The narrator sits with her, and tells her that he has no hard feelings about her stealing his stuff. The longer the narrator talks to the girl, the more he sees how sad and lonely she is, and he briefly thinks about proposing marriage. Before he can decide, however, Dougie comes into the bar and beats the narrator up out of fear that he has come to get what is due him from the robbery they both committed.

Part 2, Chapter 26 Analysis

The narrator spots the barmaid with the airplane man, confirming the narrator's belief that there...

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