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We Were the Mulvaneys - The Huntsman: Dignity Summary & Analysis

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The Huntsman: Dignity Summary

Michael Mulvaney Sr. walks into the bar at the country club, where he is a member, and immediately becomes aware of the change in conversations around him. Normally, he would have been invited to join one of the tables, but everyone turns away from him as though they do not see him. Michael orders a beer and looks around the bar, noticing some old acquaintances in the back. Again, they all avoid his stare. Michael has enough after another drink and walks over to the table where his old acquaintances are sitting. Michael greets the men. When one of them looks at him with disapproval, Michael dumps his entire beer in his face. The man is a local judge.

The Huntsman: Dignity Analysis

The theme of perception again appears in this chapter. Michael Mulvaney walks into the bar of his country club and...

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