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Notes of a Dirty Old Man Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 11 and Section 12 Summary

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Section 11 and Section 12 Summary and Analysis

Section 11 begins on page 57, with the phrase "the phone rang." A man answers a phone, listens briefly to his boss, and hangs up on him. He finishes a beer, goes to the bathroom, and sings as he walks to the living room to find his three and a half year old daughter. He sits down with her, and the two laugh together. The father, Freddie, tells her he is in extreme pain, and will not be able to last much longer. She tells him she loves him, and when he returns the hug and the words, she beams happily. The two begin to play when her mother and Marty, her boyfriend, come to pick her up. Freddie gets a knife, and slashes Marty's throat. He closes the door, and begins to play with his daughter as the police sirens come in...

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