Requiem for a Dream: A Novel - Chapter Three, Part 21-23 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Three, Part 21-23 Summary

Every night Marion brings her sketch pad and charcoal to the couch with hopes of sketching. She tries to look around the apartment for inspiration and finds none so she fantasizes. Marion becomes so engrossed in the details of her dream that she is happy to leave her sketching for another day. She keeps her scheduled dinner with Arnold, the psychologist her parents send her money to see. Harry is clearly jealous and Marion tries to reassure him that they will only meet for dinner. Marion manages to get Harry to lighten up and as they joke she makes him feel secure in their relationship.

Sara still waits without luck, for a response from the television company, the McDick Corporation. Sara is also anxious about the diet and can't keep her mind off of her favorite foods...

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