Disgrace - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

Bev Shaw changes David's bandages, as they get ready to return to the farm. David looks at himself in the mirror and sees a mummy. As he waits for Lucy in the garden, he thinks in despair about what has happened. He feels his life and his strength draining out of him, as though all human emotions and feelings are disappearing into thin air. He realizes that neither he nor Lucy will ever be the same again. He sees that it will take Lucy a very long time to recover, and is scared at the thought of being the one responsible for the farm, the garden, the kennels. Two policemen arrive and follow David and Lucy back to the farm. As Lucy tells them her version of what happened, she tells everything except for the part where she was raped. The policemen take...

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