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Cat's Cradle
Cat's Cradle
by Kurt Vonnegut
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Cat's Cradle Chapter 62 Summary

Why Hazel Wasn't Scared

  • The San Lorenzans themselves are in terrible shape. They're malnourished with teeth missing. The women's breasts are bare, and the men's loincloths don't do much to conceal much.
  • The dogs don't even bark for all their misery.
  • Hazel remarks how she's glad it's a Christian country or she might be scared.
  • John spies a xylophone with the name "Mona" on it.
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