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Dodger - Chapter Three Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Three Summary

In Chapter Three, Dodger runs in past Solomon when he unlocks the door. Solomon allows Dodger to lie down until he recovers from his grief, then makes Dodger soup and listens as Dodger tells the story of Granddad's death. Solomon comforts him wisely, telling him that Granddad died as he lived. As Dodger thinks about the way that Granddad died, he wonders if that is the kind of death that he wants for himself. He finds himself wondering what kind of life he should seek.

Solomon also tells Dodger he has heard of Charlie. Solomon tells him the man is sharp and is in good with the police. He wonders why Charlie has included Dodger in the search for the people who hurt the young woman. He tells Dodger that if he wants to be someone different from Granddad, he needs...

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