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For One More Day Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 2: Part 1 Summary

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Section 2: Part 1 Summary

This section is entitled "Morning"

"Chick's Mom" Chick describes his childhood as a so-called "daddy's boy" - in particular, his devotion to baseball, his father's favorite pastime. After referring in passing to his sister Roberta, Chick goes on to talk about the day he became a "mama's boy" - the day he discovered his mother, deeply upset in the kitchen, who told him that she'd take him to his baseball game that day because his father was gone.

At that point, the narrative switches back to Chick's post-suicide attempt vision of his mother. Even though he suggests it will appear to the reader as a manifestation of his drunkenness or his suicidal state, or both he swears that it was real, commenting on how he was fully aware of how he'd twice come close to succeeding at...

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This section contains 1,318 words
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