Mr. Blue - Chapter VII Summary & Analysis

Myles Connolly
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Chapter VII Summary

In early November, the narrator is in Boston. Snow came and the narrator worried about Blue, and tried to find him. He notes that Blue was loyal to Boston and that he would find him there. Blue was also loyal to heaven. The narrator then goes on to describe how Blue appreciated the earth as a home.

The narrator finds Blue and he looks thin. He had not bee eating enough, and his poverty in Boston was part of it. Those who vow poverty ordinarily do not have to beg or sleep in the cold. Blue embraced poverty no matter how it came, however. The narrator had a different view and he chose not to argue, as it was hard to argue with Blue. He was concerned for Blue's health, however. Blue maintains that there is still charity in the world...

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