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The Caine Mutiny Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4, "Midshipman Keith in Trouble" Summary

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Chapter 4, "Midshipman Keith in Trouble" Summary

Willie's home is a twelve-room Dutch colonial surrounded by acres of lawns full of soaring old beech maple and oak trees, flower beds, thick high hedges. His mother, father, relatives, and neighbors greet him. The best china and silver hold a feast of food. Willie's dad is limping, walking with a cane because of an infected toe. Willie admits he has met a girl. His dad wants to meet her. Willie senses that his dad wants to talk about something important. Willie returns to New York to meet May, and her agent, Marty Ruben. Marty pays for their dinner. May thinks Marty is sweet for that. Willie considers him a threat to their relationship. Willie takes May to the Tahiti Club for drinks with his roommates. The Tahiti is jammed with officers and their girls...

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