The Stone Angel - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

Hagar awakes in the cannery covered with a tweed coat remembering that she had slept on the floor and had drunk wine with a stranger. She also recalls some words that made her feel bereaved, but she can't remember exactly what it was. People approach and Hagar sees Marvin and Doris wearing her brown drab dress, along with Mr. Murray Lees. When Hagar accusingly looks at Murray, he mumbles that it was for her own good, and while Hagar speaks sharply to him, she later apologizes and says that she's sorry about his boy. Murray implies that he, too, is sorry about her son before he goes off, and Hagar feels strangely that meeting Mr. Lees provided her with some kind of mercy. When Hagar gives up and tells Marvin she'll go straight to "that place," meaning Silverthreads, Marvin tells her that she'll...

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