God Help the Child - Part Two, Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

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From the perspective of an unnamed Narrator, this chapter is told in third person. Bride has decided to find out why Booker owes money to someone. She arrives in a seedy side of town where the taxi driver refuses to wait for her to conduct her business inside. She is at Salvatore Ponti’s Pawn and Repair Palace. Upon entering Salvatore watches her closely and asks her to call him Sally. When she shows him the bill, he remembers Booker well, “Picky guy, real picky.”

Bride is surprised that they are holding a trumpet and a pinky ring for Booker. When he was there he had only asked for the trumpet, the man tells her, but then they threw in the ring. They explain that he left a forwarding address to a Q. Olive in his “hick” hometown of Whiskey, CA. The...

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