Mister Monkey - Chapters 3 – 4 Summary & Analysis

Francine Prose
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Chapter 3 – “The Grandfather” – is told from the perspective of a man who took his grandson to see Mister Monkey the night Margot dropped her cellphone. During the show the grandson had asked him if he was interested and the grandfather wondered whether he should talk to him about being quiet in the theater. The grandfather notices a boy glaring at them in the lobby and worries that he is the actor who played Mister Monkey and that he recognizes the grandson as the child who interrupted the performance. They leave the theater in a hurry.

The grandfather suffers from some dizziness but he carries on regardless. The grandfather’s wife passed away and many things remind him of her and renew his feelings of grief. The child tells him that he’s hungry and thirsty so he takes him to a nearby Korean deli...

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