Disgrace - Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24 Summary

David continues writing his opera. Teresa is longing for her lover to return to her. Although this opera has been consuming David day and night, he is sad to admit that the story is not going anywhere. In fact, there is no story, only the wounded Teresa singing an endless aria into the empty air. He is sad that his work won't be a great one that many scholars will discuss. There is one particular dog in the clinic that David has grown fond for. It has a withered left leg which is dragged behind the dog as he walks. David has been careful not to give him a name and thus become too attached, but he lets the dog out often and even contemplates once giving the dog a role in his opera. David realizes the dog will have to be put...

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