Disgrace - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

On Wednesday, David and Lucy watch the wild geese fly by and then take the two Dobermans for a walk. Lucy asks if he likes to live in this part of the world, and suggests that he could look for a job at the nearby Rhodes University. David tells her that his reputation will follow him anywhere he goes, and the only job he could get would be that of a clerk or a kennel attendant. Lucy wonders why David is hiding out after his incident, and why he doesn't at least try to justify himself in front of his colleagues. He explains that he sees what happened as an act of nature—that all men, like animals, have desires that simply cannot be turned off. These desires are part of their nature and should not be punished. He feels that it...

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