The Prince of Tides - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

Tom settles into living in New York and returns to talk with Dr. Lowenstein. He overhears her telephone conversation with her husband, who is missing another dinner with his wife. On a friendly and non-professional basis, Dr. Lowenstein admits that her famous musician husband is losing interest in her. Tom is able to lift her spirits by suggesting that her husband is misguided if he doesn't find her very attractive.

Tom wants to see Savannah, but the doctor and her team at Bellevue refuse to allow it yet. Tom is upset and banters with the doctor. They get into a heated discussion of Savannah's poetry. Lowenstein sees it as feminist literature, and Tom insists it is not. That discussion evolves into a discussion of Tom's political views. He insists he is a feminist himself. He admits, though, that he hates both women and...

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