Disgrace - Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 20 Summary

As David returns to Cape Town after being gone only three months, it seems like he has been gone for much longer than that. He is not sure how he can go on living here, lurking in the shadows among his former co-workers. He is sure he will have to sell his home and move to the outskirts. His finances are a mess, and he imagines himself growing old alone. As he enters his house, he sees that it has been ransacked; every room has been turned upside down and everything of any value has been taken. David goes to the University and visits his old office. He picks up his books and things from the young man who now occupies his office.

As he wanders about town at dawn, he is unsettled that he is now truly on his own, with nobody...

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