Women - Chapters 30 through 40 Summary & Analysis

Charles Bukowski and Clare Boothe Luce
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Chapters 30 through 40 Summary

To calm Lydia's fears, Henry accompanies her to Muleshead, Utah, where they camp with Glendoline and Angela. Henry despises the experience of being out of doors and sleeping in a tent. The three sisters discuss sex and read sex books. Henry finds the conversation trivial and irritating. On the second day, Glendoline becomes drunk and begins shouting out for a wild man. Henry, disgusted, walks away. He writes some poems and walks around the Utah wilderness alone. Swarmed by flies and mosquitoes he comes upon a small waterfall and notes it is the first he has ever actually seen. He continues to wander and then realizes he is hopelessly lost. He continues to wander, stumbles across a dam and then a road, and finally finds a remote house. Lydia is waiting for him at the house and escorts him back to camp. Henry does not...

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