Disgrace - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

On Saturday afternoon, David sits in the living room and absentmindedly watches the soccer game on TV. He does not understand the language of the commentators, so he turns down the volume and nods off. When he wakes, Petrus is sitting on the couch next to him with a beer, watching the game with interest. As it ends, they turn the channel to a boxing match. David leaves the room and goes to see Lucy, who is reading in her room. He tells her that he can see his stay here is not working out. She disagrees, saying that he just needs time to adjust to this way of life and needs to find things to do to take up his time. She suggests that he can help her with the dogs by cutting up meat for them. She also tells him that...

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