Slake's Limbo - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

In Chapter 3, Slake sits in his hideout and trains go by all the time. At some point, the trains come less frequently. He settles his back against the wall of the Commodore Hotel and relaxes. The room is four feet wide and eight feet long with a low ceiling. The walls are cement. There are steel beams. The floor has loose stones and a few boards. Slake completely leaves the world of above ground. He stays in this secret hideout. Slake thinks if this hideout is down there, what else could there be?

Slake tries to remember his early childhood. He remembers an enormous backyard of a house. It is a perfect, model farmyard. It has a clean pig. The children of the house let the pig out. The children scream. A mother, father and two nuns in their habits come out of...

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