Big Sur and the Oranges of Hieronymus Bosch - Part 3, Paradise Lost, pgs. 349-385 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Paradise Lost, pgs. 349-385 Summary and Analysis

Moricand surprises Miller by saying that it is inhuman to care for someone and require him to do nothing. He misses city life and wants to move to San Francisco. He considers asking Jean Wharton to cure his itch, but fears religion. Miller assures him that Wharton will see right through him. She is thoroughly religious but has no religious views. She acts on her beliefs. This is too simple for Moricand; he wants her to radiate physical powers. Miller says only that the results of meeting Wharton depend on whether he truly wants to be healed. Miller spends the beautiful day enjoying nature and resolving never again to try to solves another's problems.

Miller begins to itch day and night while fighting with a wife whom everyone considers ideal. Janina wants a...

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