Confessions of the Fox - Part 2, Chapters 4 through 6 Summary & Analysis

Jordy Rosenberg
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Chapter 4:

Jack has a conversation with Evans (much to the relief of Jenny Diver, worn out by Evans’ sexual appetites), in which the pompous Evans discusses his theories about sexual Chimeras, refers to a treatment he calls “disease correction” (137), and discusses how, in his research, he has found that the sexual organs of Chimera are generally more “luxuriant” than those of others (138). Jack realizes that this applies to him – that his own parts are more Luxuriant than others. Evans also reveals that he can easily see that Jack is a Chimera. That night, Jack has a frightening dream, being stripped bare, being exhibited throughout the town on horseback, and being cut, bleeding, and drowning. He realizes that the Dream was a sign that if he moved through “great and terrifying Pain,” he could become “a creature whose Body, for once, and to...

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