Dunbar - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

Aubyn, Edward St.
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As Jesus performs cunnilingus on her, Megan regrets the death of her husband, who she knows would be able to take charge of the whole Dunbar situation and fix all the mistakes. She is troubled about Peter Walker’s suicide, but does not feel as thought she is to blame: “how were they supposed to be responsible, when they were miles away at the time, for a complete lunatic hanging himself in an asylum shower?’ (184).

She thinks of how unfortunate it is that she gets tired of her lovers so quickly; J had been so thrilling last night but now she is tired of his body. She realizes that it would be bad to keep hanging on to J, she knows that her crash in erotic enthusiasm is only a detail in the pattern. She fantasizes about snapping J’s neck and climaxes to...

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