Brighton Rock - Part 4, Chapters 2 and 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapters 2 and 3 Summary

In Chapter Two, Ida Arnold is once again quite inebriated, and she has determined to do everything in her power to get through to Rose. She sits in Snow's with Phil Corkery. Rose approaches her and demands to be left alone, but Ida insists. Rose says that they should go to her upstairs room to talk. Walking upstairs, Rose shuts a door on Ida, and Ida begs her to hear reason. She warns Rose that the boy is wicked and that he does not truly care for her. She tells her that she is blinded by love and lust, as all youth is.

As Chapter Three opens, Pinkie has pushed Spicer down the stairs to his death. He is in the process of breaking the already-rickety banister to make it look like and accident. Mr. Prewitt is horrified. Pinkie...

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