My Education - 1992 - Section 3, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

Choi, Susan
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pp. 152 – 191. Regina finds a new apartment, and furnishes it with left-behind objects in the building’s basement. Among those items is a fish-tank, and she and Dutra spend a happy few days figuring out how to best make use of it. Meanwhile, she starts work as a research assistant for an English professor preparing a treatise on longing. One day, Martha and Dutra bring over more furnishings – paintings, a rug, a plant – and Regina realizes the place is now Martha’s more than hers. As she, Dutra, and Martha relax in the new environment, Martha starts to physically arouse Regina, to the point where Dutra feels he has to leave. As she and Martha make love, Regina imagines possessing her.

As the school year begins, Regina sees less and less of Martha, imagining scenarios in which she is introduced to Martha’s...

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