The Bookseller - Chapters 6, 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

Cynthia Swanson
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In Chapter 6, even though she knows it is silly, Katharyn feels sad when she wakes at home. That evening as she and Frieda are locking up the shop, they see Bradley, their landlord. Katharyn feels panicky because they are not sure from where they will get their money for the next month’s rent. Instead of going home, Kitty rides the bus as far as it goes to into the area of town that includes Southern Hills neighborhood, the place where she lives with Lars as Katharyn. She walks the rest of the way to Springfield Street. Where the house in her dreams should have been there is only a hilly lot. She asks a man walking his dog if he knows of a family named Andersson. He does not.

Back in her own neighborhood Katharyn spots her neighbors’ son, Greg Hansen, bouncing...

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