Presumed Innocent - Summer, Chapters 20-22 Summary & Analysis

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Summer, Chapters 20-22 Summary

After the arraignment, Barbara and Rusty drive home as he tells her that drawing Larren Lyttle to be the judge is the best outcome, although Rusty privately reflects that it could hurt if Larren's best friend, Horgan, turns out to be a hostile witness. Rusty tells Barbara that he appreciates her support. Under this adversity, their relationship has taken a turn for the better. Rusty never felt sexually deprived by Barbara, who is an athletic and imaginative lover and their love life is now revived, although with some sadness in it. Barbara's old devoted attention to Rusty also has reappeared, which makes him think of their early married years, when they both were sexually insatiable and very happy. Chapter 21 begins a week after the arraignment, as Rusty and Sandy enter the plush law offices in which Raymond Horgan is...

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