Deadfolk - Chapter 3 and Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 and Chapter 4 Summary

Blake wakes late and is still worried about the Muntons. He thinks of having seen someone who resembled Sally in a car the previous night and decides to go to her place. When he gets there, he can smell the stale beer and body odor of another man, and asks who has been there. She is surprised, because they are not supposed to ask such questions about one another. She will not say who was there. He starts shouting at her and calling her a "slapper," or a loose woman. She runs into the bedroom and shouts that he is a "bottler." He kicks the door open and gets her to admit that people are saying he let someone push him around and call him names when he was on duty as the doorman at Hoppers. They make up...

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