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Cannery Row

Cannery Row

  

by John Steinbeck

Cannery Row Chapter 29 Summary

  • Everyone, including Doc, is getting ready for the party.
  • Mack's boys are even taking baths.
  • Dora's girls are going to work in shifts so they can take turns going to the party.
  • Doc listens to sad music and drinks whisky as he waits for the guests to arrive, which, dude, is no way to pre-game.

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