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You Get So Alone at Times That It Just Makes Sense Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pp. 195-215 Summary

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In "relentless as a tarantula," the author warns the reader that the bitter forces of the world will never let them relax or enjoy life. The best one can hope for is ten free minutes every now and then.

"their night" is the author's indictment of the lost generation and their petty rich problems. He frames the charge around his distaste for Fitzgerald's Tender is the Night. In his mind, these people have no struggle in their lives.

The author ruminates on his inconsistent fame in "huh?" He states that in Germany he is followed by adoring young fans, but in the U.S. he has a precious anonymity. Still, he concludes, he owes his life to those fawning Europeans.

"it's funny, isn't it? #1" takes place at a birthday party that Chinaski and his wife attend. Chinaski hears a good statement from a man and...

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