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Hunger Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1, pages 35-49 Summary

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Part 1, pages 35-49 Summary

The next morning, the narrator wakes early, and suddenly two sentences occur to him. More sentences follow. He begins to write, sentence after sentence, without stopping, until he has fifteen or twenty pages. As he makes a clean copy, he becomes ecstatic. The work is good, and he can expect five, even ten kroner. Exhilarated by his work, he decides that the room isn't good enough for him. He packs his few possessions and writes his landlady a note that he's leaving. He thanks God for the gift of his writing, believing that all his troubles are over.

The narrator is embarrassed at carrying a bundle of all his possessions in an old blanket, and he brings it to a store to have it wrapped into a package. He lies to the clerk, claiming that the blanket contains a valuable object to be...

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