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Independence Day - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Frank recalls events from his past that have in turn led to his becoming a realtor. Prior to real estate, Frank was a sportswriter. His son Ralph passed away from Reye’s syndrome. This caused great heartache and stress and according to Frank, is what eventually led to the crumbling of his marriage. At that point, Frank quit his job, moved to Florida and then to France, where he had a short affair with a woman much younger than he. When he returned to New Jersey, he decided it was time for a fresh endeavor, and took up real estate.

He wanted to attempt a reconciliation with his ex-wife Ann in 1984, but she unexpectedly told him she was remarrying an architect, fifteen years her senior, and they would be moving to Connecticut. Bascombe was distraught and surprised because they had remained so close after their divorce...

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