Taft - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Ann Patchett
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Chapter 6 Summary

At the beginning of chapter six, John is angered by Cyndi, who is once again inebriated at work. He threatens to fire her. Just then, Faye comes in, dripping wet from the rain outside. She can only work a couple of hours before returning home for her uncle's birthday. Ruth enters the bar and begins to chat with John and needle Fay. Ruth begins reminiscing about John's drumming days, insisting that he had the stuff to be famous. John becomes annoyed by this line of conversation, but he always felt indebted to her for sticking by when the rest of the Woodmoore family hated him. Ruth eventually leaves, and John offers to drive Fay home.

Before they get in the car, Fay and John begin to kiss in the rain. He drives her to her uncle's house, and Fay tells him that her uncle runs Martin-Quick Pharmacy...

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