Women - Chapters 65 through 73 Summary & Analysis

Charles Bukowski and Clare Boothe Luce
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Chapters 65 through 73 Summary

Henry and Tammie return to Los Angeles and Henry performs a reading at a local club. The club owner tells Henry a rather long story about breaking up with a woman who turns out to be really crazy and vindictive. Henry responds by saying it sounds like one of his own old girlfriends. Before the reading, Tammie gets stumbling drunk and Henry drinks a copious amount. The opening act is booed from the stage and then Tammie insists on introducing Henry and, surprisingly, does a creditable job. Henry reads and drinks, then goes to the back office to drink some more, use some drugs, and receive his check. Tammie flies into a rage when she discovers the check is not for the amount promised and Henry basically drags her out of the club. They return home and Tammie flees into her own apartment and locks...

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