Love in Infant Monkeys - Chapter 8: Jimmy Carter's Rabbit Summary & Analysis

Lydia Millet
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The narrator this story from first person point of view. Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter stopped by to visit an old friend at his business office shortly after leaving the presidency. After Secret Service members issue clearance, Carter was able to talk to his friend, Bobby, who is now a psychologist who is narrator of this story. Carter asked Bobby if they could speak privately so the two went up to the rooftop where Bobby poured them both glasses of wine. As boys, the two attended church and school together. Bobby was the cool one and Carter was the geeky bookworm who took his Baptist religion seriously. Despite their differences, they often ended up playing together in their small hometown of Plains, Georgia. Bobby, who told the story from his point of view, said his family moved away after a...

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