The Pigman - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

John tells Lorraine that Mrs. Pignati is dead. He says he found her funeral bill in the bedroom. Lorraine recalls that she had a feeling that Conchetta wasn't coming back, just by the look in Mr. Pignati's eyes when he talked about her. Lorraine is now saddened by Mr. Pignati's jokes, and reminded of a landlady who wouldn't admit that her husband had died and was never coming back. She ponders cases where couples die within a few days or weeks of each other and thinks that perhaps love is the strongest thing in the world.

John finds a charge card upstairs and Mr. Pignati explains how the department store charge works. Mr. Pignati explains that he got the card because his wife loves shopping for fancy food at Beekman's department store. Lorraine thinks about the many things that they must have enjoyed together as a couple...

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