The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter - Study Guide Part 3, Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 3 Summary

Mick finds his dead body when she enters his room to listen to his radio and is particularly haunted by Mr. Singer's death. She manages to go on with her life, but she feels as if she's moving through a fog. She can no longer go into her inside room. The outside room consumes her now, and there is no time for dreaming. She holds on in the only way she can and takes over the payments on Mr. Singer's radio. She vows to put money aside each week to buy a piano that she'll never have to share.

Part 3, Chapter 3 Analysis

Mick may be affected most directly by Singer's suicide. His absence from the house is glaring, and the hole in her heart is huge. He represented the hope of realizing her dreams, and he held the key to all things genteel. What would...

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