Hunger - Study Guide Part 2, pages 82-113 Summary & Analysis

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The narrator goes down with all the other people registered as homeless to report to the Officer of the Day. One by one, the men are called up, and the police give each one a ticket for a meal. When the Officer of the Day calls the narrator, he repeats the same lie he gave last night, knowing that it means he won't get a ticket for a meal. After three days without food, the narrator still has nothing to eat.

On the way back to the tinsmith's shop, the narrator picks up some slivers of wood to chew on to assuage his hunger. The boy who works in the stable downstairs lets him in. The narrator is just considering asking the boy for money, when the boy asks if he can borrow five kroner for rent.

As the narrator waits until he...

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