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- ⇒ Episode 1 (619-626) Bette Davis and Margaret Dumont are in the curly-Cuvilliés drawing-room of somebody's palatial home.
- ⇒ Episode 2 (626-640) Double-declutchingly, heel-and-toe, away goes Roger Mexico.
- ⇒ Episode 3 (640-655) These pine limbs, crackling so blue and watery, don't seem to put out any heat at all.
- ⇒ Episode 4 (656-663) She comes riding into town on a stolen bicycle: a white kerchief at her crown, fluttering behind in points, a distinguished emissary from a drained and captured land, herself full of ancient title, but nothing in the way of usable power, not even a fantasy of it.
- ⇒ Episode 5 (663-673) You will want cause and effect.
- ⇒ Episode 6 (674-700) Unexpectedly, this country is pleasant, yes, once inside it, quite pleasant after all.
- ⇒ Episode 7 (700-706) Meantime, Tchitcherine has found it necessary to abandon his smegma-gathering stake-out on the Argentine anarchists.
- ⇒ Episode 8 (706-717) The dearest nation of all is one that will survive no longer than you and I, a common movement at the mercy of death and time; the ad hoc adventure.
-Resolutions of the Gross Suckling Conference.
- ⇒ Episode 9 (717-724) In her pack, Geli Tripping brings along a few of Tchitcherine's toenail clippings, a graying hair, a piece of bedsheet with a trace of his sperm, all tied in a white silk kerchief, next to a bit of Adam and Eve root and a loaf of bread baked from wheat she has rolled naked in and ground against the sun.
- ⇒ Episode 10 (724-733) Here's Enzian ramrodding his brand-new rocket through the night
- ⇒ Episode 11 (733-735) It's a bridge over a stream.
- ⇒ Episode 12 (735-760) By now the City is grown so tall that elevators are long-haul affairs, with lounges inside: padded seats and benches, snack bars, newsstands where you can browse through, a whole issue of Life between stops.