Cane - Study Guide Chapter 25 "Box Seat" Summary & Analysis

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"Box Seat" begins with Dan Moore walking down the street. While walking, he sings and daydreams of the girl he is going to see. He arrives at the house, walks up the steps and looks for the doorbell. He doesn't see it immediately and briefly considers breaking in. Instead, he knocks.

After several knocks, Mrs. Pribby opens the door and lets him in. She announces to Muriel that Dan has arrived to see her. Dan's thoughts reveal he doesn't like Mrs. Pribby, who walks to the back of the house and begins reading the newspaper. Dan thinks of Muriel and wonders if she is changing in the bathroom. He hears a car drive by on the street outside.

Muriel comes into the room and addresses Dan. They shake hands and exchange small talk. Dan's feelings for Muriel...

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