Disgrace - Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 23 Summary

As David is returning from his walk with the dog Katy, he sees Pollux peeping through a window at Lucy. David is outraged and punches the boy in the face, while Katy tackles him to the ground and begins biting him. The boy is screaming, and Lucy runs out of the house to pull the dog off him. He gets up, bleeding, and runs off to Petrus's house. David wonders why Lucy would protect the boy. Lucy tells him that she cannot handle living with him anymore, and he packs his bags. David realizes that he did not accomplish anything good by attacking the boy; he only pushed Lucy further away from him.

He goes to Bev Shaw's clinic and they discuss Lucy's situation. Bev tells David to back away from Lucy and let her make her own decisions. David tells her that...

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