Disgrace - Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 19 Summary

David travels to see Mr. Isaacs, Melanie's father. He is let into the house by Melanie's younger sister, Desiree, who says that her father is working at the nearby school and will be home soon. David notices that Desiree is even more beautiful than Melanie, and his thoughts trail to the image of the two girls together in bed with him. He abruptly cuts off his thoughts and goes to the school to find Mr. Isaacs.

David tells Mr. Isaacs his side of the story of what happened with his daughter. David says that there was no premeditation on his part, that Melanie just struck a fire within him that just wouldn't go out. Mr. Isaacs seems pleased when he hears that David has left his teaching post and has now resorted to working on his daughter's farm. As David turns to leave...

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