Mink River - Part III, Section 1-17 Summary & Analysis

Brian Doyle
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In Section 1, the narrator describes Cedar’s office in the public works department. It appears messy but he know where everything is. His projects that day include work orders as well as a variety of tasks he has deemed need doing.

In Section 2, Worried Man is typing in his notes for his time project. He concludes that time is a substance since it can seem to speed up in some cases and slow down in others. He believes that he can perhaps be the one to uncover the secret of time because he is not a genius as all of the other people who have studied time and time travel have been.

In Section 3, the doctor invites the man who sells boxes to have a cigarette since he is dying anyway. He tells the man of his time in the war...

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