Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine - Chapters 6 - 10 Summary & Analysis

Honeyman, Gail
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In Chapter 6, Eleanor returned home as a social worker arrived at her flat. June Mullen was not the social worker who typically visited Eleanor every six months. Eleanor insisted that she was fine. When June left, Eleanor felt disappointed that the social worker had not remarked on Eleanor’s beautiful plant named Polly. While Eleanor looked up the musician’s social media accounts on her computer, she received a call from Raymond. Eleanor told him that she would visit the old man, whose name Raymond said was Sammy Thom, in the hospital the following day. After the phone call, Eleanor noticed an old paper from her social work file that had fallen on her floor. Eleanor read the paper, which stated complaints from Eleanor’s old foster parents about her behavior, resulting in Eleanor having to leave that foster family. Eleanor believed that...

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