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The Ginger Man Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 5-6 Summary

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Chapters 5-6 Summary

Chapter 5 begins a few weeks later, in early summer, and Dangerfield knocks on O'Keefe's door. O'Keefe's room is a disgusting mess, but O'Keefe isn't interested in doing anything about it. He's going to France to teach English. He gives Dangerfield a jug he bought back when he had hopes of making his room a nice place to live and make friends with the upper-class. He puts down his failure to his lower-class accent. Now he's dropping out, having wasted his time. O'Keefe gives Dangerfield some razors and ties he's leaving behind. O'Keefe is also leaving behind his notebooks, from when he thought he could be a writer. O'Keefe drops off his keys and goes to buy Dangerfield a cup of coffee. He tells Dangerfield about trying to go to a gay party but getting uninvited at the last minute because the friend he was going...

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