Psycho - Chapters Six & Seven Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Six & Seven Summary

Sam Loomis listens to music in the tiny room he's set up for himself in the back of his hardware shop. He's clearly lonely, but good music keeps him company. He's had a good year thus far, and hopes that he can pay off his debt more quickly than he anticipated. He thinks about Mary, and how happy she'll be if they can move up their wedding date. She's been having a rough time of it lately, and he would love to do something to cheer her up. Sam's thoughts are interrupted by harsh banging at his front door. It's pouring rain and the middle of the night, so he can't imagine who would be paying him a visit. When he opens the door, he's overjoyed to see Mary there. Without even saying hello, he pulls her into his...

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