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The Long Dark Tea-time of the Soul Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 16-18 Summary

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Chapters 16-18 Summary

The giant man Kate sees in the darkness introduces himself as Thor, God of Thunder. Just as she is trying to take in this information, the same giant eagle comes along and attacks Thor. He proceeds to battle the eagle, jumping around on top of streetlights and throwing his hammer. He drives the eagle away, but his arm is scratched. Kate takes Thor inside her building, and in the hallway is accosted by her downstairs neighbor, Neil. Neil is very annoyed that Thor has left a Coke machine in the stairwell, and he warns Kate that she had better not make a lot of noise.

Dirk, caught in a traffic jam, sits and thinks about ancient gods. He imagines that the ancient gods are real and still alive and thinks about what it would take to leave the country if one were such a deity...

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