He tends to dominate conversations with his aggressive intellectualism and theories about modern culture.
They exist in modern Britain with few possessions except their words.
With no shame, he pulled out his bag and wheeled it up the resort driveway with a bright smile and a teeny tiny censorship box.
Here there is no plot, no characters to identify with, no hope.
He hitches a ride with a man hanging posters around town until the man, exasperated by Johnny's nonstop haranguing, throws him down in the street and kicks him before driving off with Johnny's duffel bag containing his clothes and books.
He departs, leaving behind several hundred.
Louise and Johnny seemingly reconcile and discuss returning to Manchester together, but once she leaves for work, Johnny steals the money and hobbles out into the streets.
He seeks refuge at the home of Louise, a former girlfriend from Manchester, who is not happy to see him.