Hunger - Study Guide Part 3, pages 114-145 Summary & Analysis

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After a week of regular food, the narrator is writing again, but he has not sold an article. He considers joining the crew of a ship if he can't make any money. He is beginning to lose his hair and feeling ill. He has begun calling his editor "the Chief," and he goes along to the Chief with a new article. The article is too highbrow, and the Chief asks the narrator to revise it. He offers the narrator an advance, but the narrator refuses.

The narrator has noticed a woman in a heavy veil hanging around his apartment, but without money, he's afraid to approach her. He decides he needs a candle to work at night to finish his essay, so he can make some money. He can't find anyone to borrow money from, and he begins laughing at himself for his...

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