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Sweet Tooth - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Thoughts of Tony were beginning to fade. Serena had a lover and was allowing her anger at Tony to be tempered by the guilt she had for condemning him. Serena resumed a habit that was formed during her time with Tony. She began reading the daily news again although it was depressing and chronicled the decline of society and the threats to world peace. The miners’ strike was impacting the daily lives of ordinary people. She traveled on the weekends to Brighton and stayed with Tom. She began to think of his flat as home. She loved her weekends with Tom.

During November and December, Tom was winding up his position at the university and was working on two stories. The stipend money was coming through which they spent on eating out and stocking the fridge with Chablis. They read and discussed current events...

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