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Rules of Civility - Springtime - Chapter 5: To Have & to Haven't, Chapter 6: The Cruelest Month Summary & Analysis

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Springtime - Chapter 5: To Have & to Haven't, Chapter 6: The Cruelest Month Summary

Chapter 5: By late March, Katey has a new apartment, using money given to her by Eve's father for Eve's share of their rent at the boardinghouse. It was the same envelope of fifties that Eve had sent back to her father months before. Katey has taken to playing contract bridge alone at home, moving from chair to chair. The phone rings, and to Katey's surprise the caller is Tinker. He asks if she will come over. He has to go to his office and he doesn't think Eve should be left alone. The last few weeks, he admits, have been tough.

Tinker had led the vigil at Eve's bedside for days after the accident, while girls from the boardinghouse came and went. Eve's...

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