Slake's Limbo - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

In Chapter 6, Slake has a responsibility to his regular customers: the man with the turban and the pink-faced lady. He has irregular customers as well. The lady likes to talk about herself. She has a son who visits her on bowling nights. Slake wonders about her life. To him, there are known and unknown strangers. The lady is a known stranger. She says she is scared of the subway because a woman was pushed off a platform and a man was stabbed. Slake does not understand her fear because he sees much worse above ground. She is a cleaning lady. She likes Slake waiting on her, giving her the service of buying her newspaper at the train. Slake fears the man with the turban because he always has a secret smile. He asks where Slake gets the papers and Slake says the trains...

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