Supermarket - Chapters 1 - 4 Summary & Analysis

Bobby Hall
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Chapter 1, titled The Beginning of the End, begins with the narrator, Flynn, wondering how he got into his present predicament, in which he has just violently murdered a man. Flynn lit a cigarette for the dying man using a lighter with the words “Vanilla Sky” (5) emblazoned across it. The dying man claimed that this situation was “all Lola's fault” and then asked, “Flynn, didn't we have fun?” to which Flynn responded, “You ruined my life” (5).

In Chapter 2, titled Daydream, the narrative shifts back in time. Flynn explains that he was a 24-year-old man living in Baker City, Oregon, who had recently endured a bad breakup. He had come into some money that allowed him to move out of his mother's house, but it would not last him long, so he was applying for a job at a supermarket called Muldoon's. Outside of the...

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