Home - Chapters 5 and 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 5 and 6 Summary

Frank says he was wandering around the streets, semi-homeless and drunk, for the year after he was discharged from the army. After glimpsing his reflection in a window and not recognizing himself, he decided to sober up and clean up. He takes his clothes to the dry-cleaner and that's where he met the third girl that he's even been with in his life.

Lily was working as a seamstress at a playhouse before starting at the dry=cleaners. The director of the play was arrested, the playhouse shut down, so she had to find another job. She saved to buy a house. When she spoke to the Realtor about the houses she liked, the Realtor shows her a law that says she can't live there because she is black. She meets Frank when he drops his army clothes off for cleaning...

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