Seize the Day - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Wilhelm and Tamkin go to lunch, and Tamkin eats voraciously, whereas Wilhelm cannot even think about food. Tamkin is in no hurry; Wilhelm wants to get back to the market. Over lunch, Tamkin questions him about a potential inheritance from his father and launches into a plan for what he should do with the money. Wilhelm tells him he doesn't want his father to die, that he loves him. "When he dies, I'll be robbed, like. I'll have no more father," he tells him.

He thinks of his failed love affair with Olive. She is Catholic but is willing to marry him outside the Church if he will get a divorce. Margaret will not divorce him, however. Finally, Olive's father steps in and tells him that his daughter's reputation is being damaged by the affair.

Tamkin asks about his wife, and Wilhelm remembers...

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