Alas, Babylon

The burial of Porky Logan might be considered the turning point of the novel. Why?

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Porky's burial is the first time that Randy actually has to force people to do the right thing. Porky's body is a menace.... it could cause an epidemic that could affect everyone, and no one wanted to be a part of it.... but Randy got it done, and he had to pull his pistol to do it.


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