The Ginger Man - Chapters 19-20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 19-20 Summary

In Chapter 19, Dangerfield and O'Keefe go to a cafe for breakfast. O'Keefe says that he lost his nerve about going to a prostitute at the last minute. He's still a virgin. O'Keefe demands his seven quid, but Dangerfield puts him off. O'Keefe relates his conversation by mail with Lady Eclair. She asked him about his religion, and when O'Keefe replied that he didn't have one, she insisted that every person must care for his soul. Dangerfield invites O'Keefe to his house, saying that Marion's away and declaring that Miss Frost is a good Catholic and that there's no scandal going on. After making O'Keefe pay for breakfast, Dangerfield coaxes money for a drink out of him as well.

In Chapter 20, Dangerfield brings O'Keefe to the post office and finds that, though it's not in the right name, he has a letter waiting from Mary, containing...

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