Private Citizens: A Novel - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Tony Tulathimutte
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Henrik phones Lucretia and it appears that in reality he has not seen her since the night they slept together. Henrik calls Lucretia and tell her she left a check at his apartment. Linda arrives to collect the check and she and Henrik decide to go out for Mexican. Henrik mentions to Lucretia that he has left grad school, and she suggests he come to live at her "collective". At first Henrik is reluctant to say yes, but eventually Henrik gives in. The next day Lucretia drive to his apartment to help him move out.

The chapter then switches to a flash back, where Henrik recalls his childhood as the son of a truck driver. Henrik notes his childhood was very lonely, spent only with his father and always on the road. Henrik and his father, Eugene Fenn, never had a home, but slept...

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