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The Sportswriter - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

When Frank arrives home, he finds Walter waiting for him. Frank tries to tell Walter on several occasions that he is tired and would like to be alone, but Walter ignores this plea. Walter needs to talk. Walter begins with small talk, but soon he is talking about his encounter with his male lover once again. Walter explains how he met this man when he went to cash in some bonds for a client. Walter found the man so friendly and comforting that he allowed himself to be picked up. Now Walter is at a loss for what this might mean about him and his future. Frank, feeling as though he has no other choice, offers to let Walter stay the night on the couch. Walter is touched by this, using it as an excuse to give Frank a key to his house...

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