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Kiss the Girls Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 91-94 Summary

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Chapter 91-94 Summary

Cross and Sampson visit Kate at a little after ten o'clock that evening. Cross notices that she left her porch light off. He tries to decide whether she does not want to attract bugs or whether she wants to attract Casanova so that she can have another crack at him. Kate and Sampson hit it off immediately. Kate has been reading an essay about the sexual urges of the modern male. The point of the essay was that many men want to assert their masculine identities, but that contemporary society frustrates them. Sampson feels that men will be men and that they are still lions and tigers at heart. Cross feels that men are incredibly repressed and insecure. He feels that Rudolph and Sachs are asserting their masculinity in an extreme way. They will not be repressed by society. Cross tries to talk Kate into...

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