You Get So Alone at Times That It Just Makes Sense - Pp. 113-132 Summary & Analysis

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In "whorehouse" Chinaski describes a trip to Tijuana with his friends Lance and Jack when they are all 17. They are drunk on tequila and decide to visit a whorehouse. Lance immediately disappears with a prostitute, and Jack and Chinaski are about follow too when Jack vomits all over the place. While Jack sleeps in the car, Chinaski pays for an older whore. Afterward, Jack drives them back to L.A. while the other two boys mock him for being a virgin. All the while, Chinaski feigns worldliness, like the night is all no big deal.

In "starting fast" Chinaski says his finest moment was sleeping on a park bench in a strange city.

In "the crazy truth" the author recalls seeing a half-crazy pedestrian verbally abuse a big shot in a red sports car.

Chinaski expounds upon the freeway in "drive through hell." He ruminates...

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