Rabbit Is Rich - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Acting on the opinion of one of his country club buddies, Webb Murkett, that gold is going through the roof, Harry buys about $11,000 worth of Krugerrands. He brings them home, weighing down his coat pockets, to show Janice. She is not home, so he puts the two cylinders of Krugerrands into the drawer of the bedside table where he keeps a spare pair of reading glasses. The drawer is where he used to keep a tin of condoms from the period between when Janice decided the Pill was bad for her and when she had her tubes burned. He thinks he may have imagined it, but at the time he had thought that maybe Nelson had swiped a couple, so he threw the tin away. It was about at that time that Harry began feeling crowded living with Nelson.

Janice and Nelson come home. Dinner has to...

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