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Rabbit, Run Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 4 (pages 109-126) Summary

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Section 4 Summary (pages 109-126)

As the section begins we see Rabbit headed for his golf game with Eccles. We learn that he and Ruth are enjoying their time together, and that he has discovered she has $500 in the bank. He arrives at Eccles house and meets his pretty young wife. They have a cryptic conversation about Freud, children, and sex, and she tells him that her daughters are like a harem for Eccles. To punctuate the point, Eccles is driven out of bed by one of his daughters crawling into bed with him. When she learns who he is she turns away from him, and he slaps her on the behind.

When Eccles enters the room he and his wife argue about golf, and she calls him immature for playing golf instead of ministering to his flock. After the two argue some more, their daughter appears and...

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