Hunger - Study Guide Part 2, pages 62-82 Summary & Analysis

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A few weeks later, the narrator is broke and hungry again. He hasn't eaten for two or three days. He has been staying in an abandoned tinsmith's workshop, and he doesn't want to go back there. He walks the streets, reading through the article he's been writing. Finding a blank sheet of paper in his pocket, the narrator folds it into a cone and throws it into the street. He imagines the paper packet is full of food or money. A policeman walking down the street sees it and picks it up, looking inside. The narrator laughs hysterically at the joke; he's fooled the policeman into thinking there's something inside.

The narrator sits outside, daydreaming about Princess Ylayali. He falls asleep and is woken by a policeman. The narrator begins to walk again, almost forgetting his hat. He is overcome with hunger and...

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