The Good Doctor - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Damon Galgut
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Chapter 6 Summary

Frank finds Laurence padlocking a door at the end of the hallway to prevent further looting. Frank thinks he's wasting his time, but Laurence insists that looting is wrong and that the staff should prevent it if they can. On another occasion, Laurence cuts the grass between their bedroom and the main wing with an old rusty scythe and the next day he pulls out all the weeds growing on the roof. Laurence ignores Frank's mantra of, 'why bother, it does not matter.' Laurence insists that it does indeed matter and that the premises will look better when he's done, which it does.

Frank returns to visiting Maria at night, once or twice a week. Maria asks about his 'friend' and Frank insists that Laurence is not his friend but then admits, grudgingly, that perhaps Laurence is his friend. Although Frank doesn't...

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