Welcome to the Monkey House - Go Back to Your Precious Wife and Son Summary & Analysis

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Go Back to Your Precious Wife and Son Summary

The narrator is a window and bathroom enclosure installer who sells some fixtures to Gloria Hilton, a famous actress now living with her fifth husband, George Murra, a writer. George left his first wife and son to be with Gloria. When the narrator first visits their home, he overhears the couple fighting through a vent in the bathroom floor. Gloria tells George she is leaving him and screams at him, "Go back to your precious wife and son." George tells the narrator to leave.

The narrator is determined to finish the job including a shower door with Gloria's image on it. Back at the house, George gets the narrator drunk while recounting how he left his wife and son. George regrets his decision. George calls the boy's boarding school...

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