No Telephone to Heaven - Chapters 6 and 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 6 and 7 Summary

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"Organ Harvester" "Standing in the truck," narration begins, "should Clare think of Bobby ... she might conjure him as she had conjured him before." Narration goes on to describe how, after their initial meeting in a bar, Clare left her school and traveled with Bobby (eventually revealed to be an American deserter from the Vietnam War) across Europe, partly in search of a cure for the permanently open wound in his leg and partly in search of escape from their lives. Narration describes Bobby's frequent nightmares, his stays in hospital, and his forging of his discharge papers.

In dialogue, Bobby asks Clare to stop asking about the war and urges her to just be agreeable. Reminded of her father's frequent admonitions to not "ask about things which don't concern [her...

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