Exit, Pursued by a Bear - Part 2, Section 1 Summary & Analysis

E.K. Johnston
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Part 2 is prologued with a quote from Shakespeare’s “King Lear” – “Why, this would make a man of salt to use his eyes for garden waterpots. Ay, and laying autumn’s dust” (49).

Chapter 7 - Hermione wakes up in a hospital, feeling aches in her body below her waist and with Polly holding her hand. After brief conversation with a sensitive nurse and the compassionate Polly, she is interviewed by the police (Officer Plummer), and says that she remembers the night clearly up into the moment when she left the dance. She is unable to remember whom she left with, and Plummer comments that memory loss is a common side effect of the drug she was given, adding that it will be difficult to gather DNA evidence from her because she was found with her lower body in the lake. After Plummer goes, Coach...

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