Disclaimer - Chapters 31-33 Summary & Analysis

Renée Knight
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Chapter 31 is told from Stephen's perspective. He recounts the aftermath of Jonathan's death. Nancy sunk into a deep depression, unwilling to leave the house or do anything. One day Stephen convinced her to go on a walk. She took a long time to to get ready and Stephen went upstairs to check on her. Stephen found Nancy submerged in the bathtub wearing her clothes. She said she wanted to experience what Jonathan experienced when he died. Nancy stopped working and Jonathan's salary was barely enough for them to get by. One day Stephen came home to find Nancy sorting through Jonathan's belongings. Stephen helped and found a box of condoms and a large amount of pornography under the bed. Stephen quickly disposed of it without Nancy seeing, knowing it would greatly upset her. About five years after Jonathan's death Nancy decided she needed...

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