Women - Chapters 41 through 53 Summary & Analysis

Charles Bukowski and Clare Boothe Luce
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The night after Katherine leaves Henry sadly sits in his apartment, drinking and trying to write. He receives a telephone call from a woman who wants to meet him. Arlene and Tammie, sisters, arrive within a few minutes. Arlene is thirty-two years old and Tammie is twenty-three years old. Arlene has long black hair; Tammie has a perfect body and long red hair. Both sisters are high on drugs and Tammie offers to sell sex to Henry for cash—he declines. After a few hours, they leave. A few days later Tammie returns for another visit. A few days after that Henry visits Tammie at her apartment where he learns she has a six-year-old daughter named Dancy. Henry and Tammie talk, drink, and take drugs. A few days later Tammie visits Henry. While she waits in his apartment, he runs out and purchases a new mattress...

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