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by Kurt Vonnegut

Slaughterhouse-Five Chapter 5, Section 64 Summary

  • Montana slowly comes to love Billy. (And by slowly, we mean a week.)
  • Billy doesn't sleep with her until she reassures him that she wants him to.
  • He time-travels from the bed he shares with Montana to his bed in Ilium, New York, in 1968.
  • The oil-burner man has fixed the furnace.
  • Billy's bed smells: he's had a wet dream about Montana Wildhack.

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