Presumed Innocent - Spring, Chapters 6-8 Summary & Analysis

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Spring, Chapters 6-8 Summary

Chapter 6 begins with Rusty telling Robinson that Warren McGaffen, the boy who was abused, became important to Carolyn and him. Wendell was a bit dull and uncommunicative but Carolyn connected with him. While a psychiatrist named Mattingly and Rusty watched in admiration, Carolyn gradually got Wendell to talk about being mistreated by his mother. When Rusty told Mattingly how impressed he was by the rapport between Carolyn and Wendell, Mattingly said it must be because she reminded the boy of his mother. One night, when Rusty and Carolyn were working late, he suddenly recognized her carnal interest in him but all she said was, "Not now." This excited him but he also began to feel fear. Chapter 7 returns to the present as Rusty visits Marty Polhemus, Carolyn's son, at Studio B in the university's Art Center. Marty says he...

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