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The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 4 Summary

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Part 2, Chapter 4 Summary

The doctor can't get out of the way quickly enough to avoid the entrance of the boisterous Jake Blount. As usual, Jake is ranting about something. He tells Singer again that he has been all over the world and cannot get people to understand. He had tried to be an evangelist, and now his zeal takes the form of helping the working poor and their families. However, the very people he tries to help do not share his passion for their cause, and he is baffled and alone in his room every night. He can either drink until he falls asleep, or he can visit Singer. He has come to Singer's room again tonight because his cannot quiet his passions tonight.

One day, Jake sees a Bible passage written on the side of a building on his way home. He thinks the message is meant...

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