Hatter Fox - Settling In Summary & Analysis

Marilyn Harris
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Settling In Summary

Rhinehart tells Dr. Summer and Hatter that she has defended them to the administrators and that Hatter is now Dr. Summer's responsibility. A male attendant named Ned escorts Dr. Summer to his cottage to collect his things and back to the infirmary where Dr. Summer will be staying.

Dr. Summer looks in on Hatter and she has returned to her insolent, silent behavior. Dr. Summer reminds Hatter that these quarters are better than being in solitary confinement but Hatter does not answer.

Dr. Summer goes to Rhinehart's apartment down the hall for a dinner of cold chicken and beer and the pair exchange stories about their backgrounds. Rhinehart grew up in Australia, the daughter of an extreme Methodist minister and a non-existent mother. Rhinehart ran away to New York when she turned nineteen and became a nurse.

A wealthy patient paid Rhinehart to care for...

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