Heather, the Totality - FIVE Summary & Analysis

Matthew Weiner
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Chapter Five begins with Mark, who made sure he was at home every day when Heather left and returned to the building so that he could monitor the habits and movements of the worker. Mark began fantasizing about different ways he could murder the worker.

Mark had a vivid dream about discovering Heather mutilated in his bed. In the dream, Heather asked why Mark had done this to her. The next morning, trying to interpret the dream, Mark became concerned that Karen was right and that he did have an unhealthy obsession with his daughter’s sexuality. He convinced himself that his attitude towards Heather was normal.

After her earlier fight with Mark, Karen began volunteering at a hospital thrift store. Karen enjoyed flirting with the male customers. Karen noticed Mark’s unhappiness and edginess. She concluded that he was intimidated by her newfound...

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