The Hiding Place - Part 1, Interference Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Interference Summary

Frankie agrees to Joe's proposal and gives him Marina. Then Frankie takes the burnt kitchen door and begins building a rabbit hutch. Mary tells Dolores that what he really wants to do is saw her to pieces for her infidelity. Frankie gets rabbits when he finishes his hutch and uses them as currency to pay his gambling debts. The children, including Dolores, love them until the morning their mother yells at Dolores for touching the baby rabbits. The mother rabbit eats the babies. Mary tells Dolores she should not have interfered.

Part 1, Interference Analysis

This very short passage answers the question of what Frankie will do about Marina. Marina is gone now, and Frankie has put all his energy into building a rabbit hutch. The hutch seems to the sympathetic reader to be a symbol of Frankie's fury and his only...

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