The Stone Angel - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Hagar opens the chapter by admitting that her world is even smaller now. She's in a well-decorated, semi-private room, and she worries about the cost of it and whether she has enough money for it or whether she has demanded that Marvin and Doris pay for it. A slender young nurse comes in, and Hagar comments on her slight build. The nurse responds that it's obvious Hagar was an extremely handsome woman in her youth. Hagar tells her that she's lucky to be young to which the woman replies that Hagar is the lucky one, because she's "had those years. Nothing can take them away."

Hagar retreats once again to sleep during the night. It's so quiet here without the other women, and breathing is painful. She feels as if she's waiting for someone to call her name just beyond the door where...

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