Mr. Fox - Section 3: Pages 136– 200 Summary & Analysis

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(Untitled Chapter) – Mr. and Mrs. Fox argue before hosting a dinner party, while Mary Foxe watches through the window. Mr. Fox insists Mrs. Fox wear her wedding ring to keep up appearances for their friends, while Mrs. Fox does not wish to wear it. She argues that it gives her swelling and rashes. Outside, Mary tells Mr. Fox he is not likely to change. Mr. Fox says he is not. He explains he is currently working on a story about an accountant who goes out driving and running over women, mainly hookers, to relieve stress. Mary counters that Fox cannot see that he is building a world. Fox replies that people read their own logic into stories, seeing what they want to see and believing things that make sense to them. Mary argues that it matters how someone dies. Fox apologizes for wasting...

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