God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater, or, Pearls Before Swine - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Mushari reads of Eliot's antics in his file at the law firm. He finds that after Aida, Eliot was on his way home in a cab with his wife when he jumped out of the cab and disappeared. He was missing for ten days before Sylvia received a letter from him. The letter, from California, was written on the stationery of the Elsinore Volunteer Fire Department and in it he compared himself to Hamlet and addressed Sylvia as Ophelia. Before he jumped out of the cab, Sylvia told him they should consider divorce. He says he knows that he is an alcoholic but that he isn't nuts and doesn't hear voices. After he left California, he went to Texas where he was arrested.

He calls Sylvia on the phone from Ohio. He babbles to her and calls her Ophelia, but he is in the area of some...

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