Ferdydurke - Chapter14, Mug on the Loose and New Entrapment Summary & Analysis

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Chapter14, Mug on the Loose and New Entrapment Summary

The next morning, Joey's aunt complains about Kneadus making friends with the servants, but she doesn't seem to have heard about the servants making fun of her. Joey laughs it off. That day, they play cards. Kneadus is embarrassed at dinner and pines over the farmhand who is serving them. Joey's uncle calls for wine and coffee and cigars, and he tells stories about the old days. After dinner, he takes Joey aside and tells Joey that Kneadus is "after" the valet, sexually. Joey tells his uncle that Kneadus wants to be friends with the servant, and his uncle doesn't know what to make of it. Is it a perversion or a political stunt? His wife thinks perhaps it's religious. Joey denies it's any of that.

Uncle Konstanty goes to hit Valek but...

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