Everybody's Fool - Dump – Sock Drawer Summary & Analysis

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In "Dump," as Ruth drives home, she wonders why she told Sully that things had been getting better with her and Zack. Zack is fifty-eight, overweight, lazy, and takes off his pants at home. Zack's love of junking and his insistence that everything he finds is valuable and can be sold once repaired or altered also annoys her. Ruth reflects on the affair she had with Sully a decade before, which her husband suspected but never confirmed. Ruth would like to go to Aruba, she thinks, but alone. Tina is at the house, visiting as she often does. Tina is at the house early because school has let out for Memorial Day Weekend. Tina dislikes her mother, because her mother always yells at her. Ruth knows this is because Tina is mentally slow and feels very badly for Tina. Zack tucks away...

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