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The Ginger Man - Chapters 7-8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 7-8 Summary

In Chapter 7, Dangerfield says he's going to the park to study, and Marion tells him to take their daughter with him. He objects, but Marion is still cleaning up the sewage from the burst pipes and harasses him about getting the toilet fixed. The mail contains a postcard from O'Keefe and a lot of bills, for which Marion blames Dangerfield. He's pawned most of their things and set up credit accounts at stores. Dangerfield leaves with the baby and tries to study law in the park but is distracted. A woman who works in the laundry comes up to play with Felicity, and Dangerfield talks to her, immediately attracted.

That night, Marion makes a sheep's head, which Dangerfield loves but Marion abhors. Marion complains about their finances, asking Dangerfield to take a part-time job, but he says he has to study for his law degree...

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