The House Next Door - Part One: The Harralsons, Chapters 5 and 6 Summary & Analysis

Anne Rivers Siddons
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Part One: The Harralsons, Chapters 5 and 6 Summary

During discussion about Pie at the Swanson's house after Eloise's annual Christmas party, Kim mentions that he had been to see Pie. He jokes that he was afraid she would ask him to stop work on the house. If she had requested this, Kim jokingly indicates he would have demanded a check then choked her. As the house continues to take shape, Colquitt notices that Kim seems distracted. Kim admits that he has been having trouble designing new houses. Walter and Colquitt try to convince the discouraged young architect that he has simply hit a dry spell.

Meanwhile, Walter rebukes Colquitt for her relationship with Kim. He indicates that Colquitt has become obsessed with Kim. Colquitt searches her feelings for Kim and determines there is no romantic love there, only perhaps the love...

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