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Olive Kitteridge - Pharmacy Pages 1-16 Summary & Analysis

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Pharmacy Pages 1-16 Summary

Henry Kitteridge is the pharmacist for a small town in Maine. He has been the pharmacist for years. His wife is Olive Kitteridge. One of his employees, Denise Thibodeau, helps Henry in the pharmacy. She is very organized and pleasant, and a treasured addition to the pharmacy. Olive says Denise looks mousy.

Henry wants to invite Denise and her husband, Henry Thibodeau, to dinner, but Olive doesn't want to have them over for dinner. Henry invites the Thibodeaus over for dinner anyway and tells Olive when he arrives home. The Thibodeaus follow Henry home from work on Friday. They have dinner with the Kitteridges, including Olive and Henry's son, Christopher.

In the pharmacy, Denise and Henry have a routine. Denise eats lunch and then Henry does. Sometimes, when business is slow, they share a cup of coffee together. While Henry looks at Denise...

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