Scoundrel Time - Pages 131 through 155 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 131 through 155 Summary and Analysis

After the hearings and the sale of the farm, Hammett rents a small house from friends in Katonah. After he moves in all his books and "inventions" there was hardly room to walk around. Lillian has several polyp operations around the time of her play's revival. "The Children's Hour" is once again received with acclaim by the critics. The IRS takes the money Lillian earned from the revival. Lillian has a disastrous affair with an old flame but soon ends it. Money is running out. Lillian dreams about clothes she wants to buy but holds off actually buying them. Hammett hasn't made a dime since the IRS took all his money. Lillian cuts costs as much as she can and gets nervous when she sees Hammett continually taking money out of the safe. Finally in 1960, Lillian has another great...

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