Lost - Steve Four: As Dante in the Purgatorio Summary & Analysis

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Steve Four: As Dante in the Purgatorio Summary

The chapter opens with Winnie hearing John's voice in a corner pub before she actually sees and calls out to him. They have a beer together and John acts rather nonchalant, while Winnie spouts off questions trying to contain her anger; "'Cheers,' she said, as if daring him to feel cheerful in the presence of her wee-regulate fury." (pp. 192). John explaines he was called to Denmark for business at the last minute and left Winnie a note under the door knocker. He insists Winnie 'knows what's going on' and that he made himself absent to help her; he'd hoped she'd continue on without him. Upon his return from business, he stayed at Allegra's, meaning Allegra lied to Winnie. Winnie is confused and refuses to let him off the hook, demanding...

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