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Age of Iron - Part Four Summary & Analysis

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Part Four Summary

Mrs. Curren tells Mr. Vercueil about her dream of burning on Government Avenue while watching Florence dressed like a Greek goddess walking down the avenue with her two daughters. Mr. Vercueil wants to know what it means and if there is more to the dream. Mrs. Curren says she would like to know more about Mr. Vercueil.

She asks Mr. Vercueil to fix the radio antenna, but he offers instead to bring the television into her bedroom. She says, no, it makes her sick. Later Mr. Vercueil brings the television into the room. When he turns it on, the national anthem is playing, and Mrs. Curren commands him to turn it off. Instead he turns up the volume and does a silly shuffle dance to entertain her. She is not entertained and shouts again for him to turn off the television. He does so and...

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