Dhalgren - Chapter III, pgs. 170-241 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter III, pgs. 170-241 Summary

Kidd arrives at the Richards the next morning to work. On the nineteenth floor, Kidd shows Mr. Richards how he put the furniture into another apartment. When Kidd asks why they remain in Bellona, Mr. Richards says his wife won't leave. After Mr. Richards leaves, Kidd resumes his work. He is upset that they are not paying what he was promised, when though they feed him.

When he finishes, he explores the floor below the Richards' apartments. The Richards are moving because of the noise. He finds a group of young people living there and they complain about the noise from upstairs. Kidd finds Joaquin Faust in the group. They talk about how there are no doctors in the city for the sick woman that is there. Kidd eats with them. The man's name is Thirteen and...

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