Requiem for a Dream: A Novel - Chapter Three, Part 37 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Three, Part 37 Summary

Sara's lack of food, increase in coffee, and pills has left her with an aching jaw, a dry, sickening taste in her mouth and she starts to hear voices. Anxiety makes Sara call the McDick Corporation and ask to speak to Lyle Russel who they inform her doesn't work there. She is transferred around and finally explains her situation and the phone representative concludes that he must have been one of their phone solicitors, takes her information and promising to be in touch, ends the call.

Chapter Three, Part 37 Analysis

Sara has held onto the dream of being on television so long that she can't grasp any other conclusion. Lack of communication with real people has been one of the key attributes of the dreamers in the novel and this is the first time Sara has been struck by...

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