A Frolic of His Own - Section 10 (through page 290) Summary & Analysis

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Section 10 (through page 290) Summary

Christina is afraid Oscar will explode when he reads he has lost the suit. That is the only thing the papers have gotten right: Harry reminds her that he warned Oscar about risks and costs, particularly with this new judge. Christina phones Oscar, who says he has not seen today's paper. Harry will offer no opinion about filing an appeal until he reads the decision. It would be best for Oscar to drop the whole thing and cut his losses. Christina decides to drive out and asks Harry to phone Sam or Basie to have them contact Oscar. Harry cannot accompany her, because he must be in court. Oscar calls. He has read the news and wants Christina to hurry.

Lily whines about Oscar making things difficult, and asks about the stooped old man she saw walking past the...

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