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The Caretaker Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 3 Summary

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Act 3 Summary

Davies complains to Mick about Aston. He hasn't given him a knife, he hasn't provided him with a clock, his bed is too near the gas stove, he wakes him in the middle of the night, and he doesn't talk to him. Mick's response to all of this is to talk about all the wonderful things that could be done with the house.

Aston returns and brings Davies a pair of shoes, but Davies complains that they have no laces. Aston finds him a pair of laces, and Davies complains that they are the wrong color. Even so, the shoes fit this time.

When Aston wakes him because of the noises he is making, Davies makes insulting remarks to him about his mental illness, and Aston tells him it's time he found another place to live. Davies says that Aston is the one who needs to find...

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