Disgrace - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

Ettinger, the neighbor, drives Lucy and David to the hospital. David is surprised that Lucy wants to go to the hospital first and not the police, but Lucy is adamant about having David see the doctor for his burns. He sits in the waiting room for two hours before he is seen by an Indian woman who bandages him up and gives him pain medication. Back in the waiting room, he is surprised to see Bill Shaw, who has come to pick him up. Bill considers David his friend, and David wonders if he would do the same if Bill had been hurt. Lucy is back at the Shaw's residence, where she has taken a sedative and is resting. Bev assures David that Lucy has been to the police and has seen a doctor herself.

After David takes a bath, Bev lays him...

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