God Help the Child - Part One, Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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The reader views this chapter through Bride's eyes. This chapter sees Bride finding a duffel bag of books that was left by Booker. As she searches through them, she realizes that she really doesn't know anything about him. She knows that they look gorgeous as a couple, that people envy them on the dance floor, on boat rides, and on the beach. She doesn't ask anything about his private life and thinks that he appreciates that she respects his privacy. She admits that they have in-depth discussions, but they are always about her.

When she checks the mail, she finds a letter addressed to Booker from Salvatore Ponti with a bill for sixty-eight dollars. Before she can decide if she wants to see what this is all about, Brooklyn calls going on and on about last night’s party and the guys...

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