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The Ginger Man - Chapters 25-26 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 25-26 Summary

In Chapter 25, Dangerfield is at a hotel in London. He goes out into the hall, and the chambermaid suggests a bath towel. Embarrassed about his poverty and dirtiness, he takes the suggestion of a bath. He enjoys the comfort of the hotel room, and lies back, naked, in the luxurious bed. Then he makes a phone call to his friend MacDoon. MacDoon makes Dangerfield repeat his name three times before he'll believe Dangerfield is in London. Dangerfield gets dressed and heads over to MacDoon's house, stopping on the way to unnecessarily ask directions from a woman with lovely legs.

Dangerfield arrives at MacDoon's, where there are soft chairs in front of a gas fire, and MacDoon's young child is whimpering in a box. Dangerfield tells MacDoon that Marion's left him, and MacDoon says that Dangerfield's father is ill. Dangerfield describes Tony Malarkey's living situation, saying...

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