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A Wild Sheep Chase Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 8, Chapter 38-40: And So Time Passes, Dwellers in the Darkness, and The Rat who Wound the Clock Summary

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Part 8, Chapter 38-40: And So Time Passes, Dwellers in the Darkness, and The Rat who Wound the Clock Summary

The man wakes at eight in total darkness. At nine, the Rat begins speaking to him from the darkness. The Rat tells the man his father bought the villa for a vacation home but stopped using it as it became harder to reach. The Rat came eleven years ago just to get away. Last year, he came across the photo of the area in the Dolphin Hotel, and decided to come back again, simply for sentimental reasons. He then ran into the sheep. The Rat asks if the man has any questions. The man asks if the Rat is already dead, and the Rat confirms he is. The Rat tells the man he...

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