The Pigman - Study Guide Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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As John kneels beside Mr. Pignati while waiting for an ambulance, he thinks about all that has happened since they met the Pigman. Lorraine had accused him of not caring about the old man after the party, but John does care. It's just painful for him to admit.

"What did she want from me – to tell the truth all the time? To run around saying it did matter to me that I live in a world where you can grow old, be alone and have to get down on your hands and knees and beg for friends? A place where people just sort of forget about you because you get a little old and your mind's a bit senile or silly? Did she think that didn't bother me underneath? That I didn't know if we hadn't come along the Pigman would've just lived like a vegetable...

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