A Frolic of His Own - Section 2 (through page 60) Summary & Analysis

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Section 2 (through page 60) Summary

Bringing Oscar groceries, Christina tells Harry about Lily pushing Oscar to use her new divorce lawyer to file a $1.5 million injury suit. Harry has been dodging calls from both Oscar and Trish, who wants help suing the hospital for "foetal endangerment." Harry cannot get a word in edgewise trying to explain why suing over the movie will fail. Christina worries Szyrk may publicize family madness, and talks of Oscar writing his Civil War play for and about his beloved grandfather. Harry observes Oscar cannot copyright his grandfather.

Harry and Christina find Oscar trapped in his new wheelchair and complaining about his new maid. Oscar can find neither his play nor his glasses and depends on television for news. America has taken Spot to heart and hucksters are profiting from doggie souvenirs. Oscar forces Harry to read the Times' review...

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