The Stone Angel - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Hagar awakens the next morning to rain. She worries that the rain will enable any intruders to come into her room, and then thinks that if Bram had been with her, he would have taken care of any one. For an instant, she wishes she could float on the sea waters liked one of the drowned, but she pulls herself together and calms herself by having a cigarette. She recalls the last part of the gypsy poem that she couldn't remember the day before, a poem that describes the old woman as wearing an old red blanket cloak before she died a long time ago. Hagar wishes for the warmth of the cloak, and for a moment, she believes that Doris is too cheap to turn the heat on. She thinks of Marvin, who even though he hated smoking, once gave her a...

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