Revolutionary Road - Part 3: Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3: Chapter 6 Summary

After the Givingses leave, Frank Wheeler pours himself a stiff drink and practically invites April to argue with him about whether his behavior was inappropriate, and whether he should have fought with John Givings. Frank asks her if she can see why John's rantings about them and their marriage are so wrong, and April answers that she really can't. Clutching his hands into fists and shaking them furiously, Frank says it's wrong because John is insane. Neck veins bulging and voice rising out of control, he continues his peroration, raising the real question of who and what is sane or insane. April laughs at him and asks whether he thinks she's crazy because she doesn't love him. Frank answers that she's not crazy and does love him; April repeats that she loathes the very sight of him and that if he...

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