The Portable Dorothy Parker - Chapters 10-13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 10-13 Summary

A Telephone Call is a story of a woman who is fretting about a phone call that is more than two hours late. Earlier in the day, the woman had called a man at his office and as the man was busy, he said he would call at five o'clock. Five o'clock came and went and the man did not call. The woman is frantic with worry and had a long conversation with God about the man and the phone call that hasn't arrived.

During the conversations with herself and God, the woman wonders if she should have called the man in the first place. Perhaps the man is angry or tired of her. Maybe something has happened to him, such as an unexpected guest or traffic accident. The woman begins to wish that there had been a traffic accident and...

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