Disgrace - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 Summary

The day after the party, Petrus asks David to help him lay down pipes in the land. David does not want to help, as he has come to really dislike Petrus, but has no way to back out of the project. As they work on the land, Petrus goes on and on about his plans for this land, and David dislikes him more and more with each word. Finally, David steps in to the conversation and asks Petrus about the boy at the party last night. He says that he must know who the boy is, that the boy is guilty and should be turned in to the police. Petrus says that the boy is not eighteen yet and will not be put in jail anyway, and that he is not guilty of anything. Petrus knows what happened here a few days ago...

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