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A Wild Sheep Chase Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 8, Chapter 33-35: She Leaves the Mountain; Hunger Strikes, A Find in the Garage; Thoughts in the Middle of the Pasture, and The Sheep Man Cometh Summary

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Part 8, Chapter 33-35: She Leaves the Mountain; Hunger Strikes, A Find in the Garage; Thoughts in the Middle of the Pasture, and The Sheep Man Cometh Summary

The man awakens in total darkness. The room is very cold, and it is nighttime. He knows immediately the girlfriend is gone and cannot accept that, nor anything else that is occurring. He thinks of the Rat and realizes that if the rat does not return, the man will be stuck in this villa through winter. He awakens the following morning and realizes he feels very lonely without the woman present. He goes for a walk and finds more cigarette butts, but realizes the ashtrays in the house had been empty. The Rat, he realizes, does not...

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