Mother Night - Chapter 43-45 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 43-45 Summary

When he went into his apartment, he realized the door had been torn off the hinges. Someone placed a board outside that read, "Nobody and nothing inside." The lights didn't work, and nobody was playing out back in the park. At that moment, the narrator longed to hear someone cry, "Olly-olly-ox-in-free." There was complete silence, until the narrator hears a rustle.

It was Bernard O'Hare. He finally came to make good on his promise to find the narrator and take care of him a second time. It isn't long before the narrator realizes that Bernard is drunk. He was waiting there for him a while and had managed to drink himself silly. They start a conversation and Bernard mumbles that it was in the stars that they meet again someday. He goes on to tell of what a disappointment his life...

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