Pros And Cons Of Birnam's Advertising

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Jackson writes “He knew he wasn’t sober enough now to want to go to Jack’s and drink with others at the same bar, even if they were strangers” (27). There are many signs that the bars and area that Birnam’s frequently visiting is an known area for homosexuals. Jackson lets the reader know that Birnam is contemplating on going to the bar Jack’s, which he do decides to go to and later in the story he gives us the newspaper clip “JACK’s—in Charles Street—WHERE GOOD FELLOWS GET TOGETHER” (85). The newspaper clip that Birnam’s reading through is advertising to bring all the men together. The clip does not advertised for women to come to the bar, so it can be concluded that Jack’s is a homosexual bar that Birnam visits.
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