Disgrace - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

As David and Lucy walk three of the dogs together, they talk about his intimate life. David is uncomfortable talking about this subject with his daughter, but realizes he has nobody else to talk to. Lucy wonders if the affair with the young student is really over, or if he still has feelings for her. David says that no matter what, what was between them has ended. Lucy suggests to him that maybe he should get married again, or find somebody closer to his own age. She points out that the older he gets, the more difficult it will be for him to attract young women. As they turn back towards the farm, David notices a sign for cycads. Lucy explains to him that even though it is illegal to pick cycads in the wild, she grows them from seeds and sells them...

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