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The Ginger Man - Chapters 21-22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 21-22 Summary

In Chapter 21, Dangerfield receives a postcard from O'Keefe and goes to meet him in Dublin. O'Keefe is getting drunk. He's gone to the consulate and asked to be deported back to America and sailing the following night. His interview with Lady Eclair went horribly, and O'Keefe has no resources. O'Keefe is staying with Malarkey in the meantime and brings the news that Clocklan killed himself. A policeman came to Malarkey's during a party and gave him a suicide note found in a whiskey bottle washed up to shore. No body has been found. Dangerfield tells O'Keefe that he's off to London at the end of the week. O'Keefe has heard rumors about Dangerfield's affairs with Mary and Miss Frost and about Marion's desertion.

O'Keefe is surprised that the waitress at the cafe recognizes him and is sorry he's leaving Ireland. He is sorry to be...

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