Eileen - Friday Summary & Analysis

Ottessa Moshfegh
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The following day, Eileen is at work and introduces Moorehead, the boy's correctional facility where she works as a secretary of sorts. She arrives in the morning, locks her bag in her trunk, and packs a spare lunch of Wonderbread buttered with a can of tuna. Her coworkers are two middle-aged women who spend the majority of their time reading novels and shirking work. Eileen wonders about their depravity and comes to the conclusion that of all the people she has met over the years, those two were not the worst. She also mentions her disdain for the correctional officers, who spend the majority of their time disciplining the boys in an abusive manner. Despite her general dislike for the officers, she is smitten with one in particular, Randy, a tall muscular man. She spends a majority of her time idealizing him and imagining...

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