The Recognitions - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

Fuller, the Caribbean servant and part-time art forger to Recktall Brown, pauses while walking the French poodle in Central Park to observe the haughty white people parading around in their best gold jewelry. He disdainfully opens his mouth a bit to show the gold mine in his teeth more bounteous than anyone could ever wear on their necks, ankles or fingers. On the return trip home, Fuller runs into an old black friend who is a mortician. The undertaker asks Fuller if he wants some floral arrangements from a recent funeral, but Fuller refuses saying that his boss recently had a fit and demanded that he bring no more "corpse flowers" into his house. Fuller shrugs and tells his friend he is soon to return to Barbados. When he returns home Fuller is met with a verbal assault from Brown, who orders him...

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