Love in Infant Monkeys - Chapter 7: Chomsky Rodents Summary & Analysis

Lydia Millet
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Summary

A woman tells the story in Chapter 7 from the first person point of view, even though the bulk of the story is actually her retelling of her husband's experience at a community dump. The woman said she and her husband had seen a number of famous intellects in their town of Wellfleet, but Linguist and activist Noam Chomsky was the only one either of them ever saw at the community dump.

The narrator explained that the town has no garbage pick-up so everyone goes to the dump about once a week. Community residents buy a sticker to put on their windshield that gains them admittance to the dump. Within the dump is a small shack where residents deposit items still of good use that other users may choose to take free of charge. It was in the building that the narrator's husband...

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