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The Stranger Beside Me Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 29 Summary

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Chapter 29 Summary and Analysis

Ted's arrival in Florida finds him with very little money so he steals some things to set up housekeeping in his room as well as a bicycle for transportation. Ted knows he should find a job to provide for himself legitimately but also feels that the world owes him for the trouble he has experienced over the past few years. Keeping to himself, Ted revels in the quiet, warm days of freedom in Florida, sometimes playing racquetball, sometimes sitting in on classes and even eating in some of the campus cafeterias.

In contrast to the dilapidated lodgings of The Oak Apartments, the well-built, impeccably decorated Chi Omega sorority house sits just a few blocks away. The furnishings and the young women who inhabit the house are reputably beautiful and sophisticated, untouchable to those of lesser status or position. By all appearances, the Chi Omega house...

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