Revolutionary Road - Part 3: Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3: Chapter 7 Summary

April Wheeler waves a smiling farewell to Frank as he drives off to work in an old Ford, finds a spot to sit in the sun, and splashes cold water on her face before calling Milly Campbell to tell her either she or Frank will be coming by to pick up the children today or tomorrow. Although her gums ache from too many cigarettes the night before, she lights another cigarette and retrieves the crumpled copy of a letter she tried to write to her husband during the night in which she declares there's no love between them and they both know it. Instead of finishing the letter, she takes it outside to an incinerator and burns it, sits down and has a flashback to her childhood when her itinerant, long-absent father comes for a rare visit to see her where...

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