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Transit: A Novel - Chapters 3 - 4 Summary & Analysis

Rachel Cusk
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The narrator is with the builder in Chapter 3. He tells her that he thinks that it will be impossible to do what she wants to do with the house because the raw materials needed to do it are not there. As he looks at the place he says that he would hate to see what is under the paint job that has been done to hide the imperfections in the house. When she tells him that she is a writer, he tells her that he hopes that it earns her a good income because she is going to need the money for the house. The narrator tells him about the previous inhabitants who are going back to Ghana now that their children are grown. It was sold because it was too expensive for the city to renovate it.

While the builder is there...

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