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The Rosie Project - Chapters 7 - 9 Summary & Analysis

Graeme Simsion
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Rosie is exploring Don's apartment, wondering why he has no art on his walls and delving into his CD collection, all of which is very unnerving to Don. After Don has started cooking the meal, Rosie lets him know that she is a vegetarian, another strike against her in the Wife Project. Rosie states that she will eat seafood, however, if it is sustainable. Rosie is temporarily shocked when Don retrieves a lobster from the bath tub and then places it in the freezer to die. Rosie sniffs through Don's pantry and discovers his Standardized Meal System in which he has labeled food that is to be eaten on specific days of the week. This system is very appealing to Don because there is never a need to search out new recipes and grocery shopping is very easy.

Don is almost undone when...

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