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During the night he has a dream that his mother is yelling at a girl for leaving the icebox door open. The girl is at first his sister, and then becomes Janice. Rabbit assures the crying Janice that her mother is only yelling at her to get "at him," but Janice dissolves. Rabbit screams and awakens.

He finds himself in bed with Ruth. The two make love again, and afterwards he watches her get dressed. He hears church bells and prays for forgiveness. They then talk about the church across the street, with Ruth insisting that she hates Sundays because of her profession. They talk about beliefs, with Ruth insisting she does not believe in God and Rabbit struggling to define his own beliefs.

He offers to pay Ruth more money, and she tells him to just leave. He asks if...

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