Rabbit, Run - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Reverend Eccles takes caring for his congregation seriously. He goes to check on Janice to see how she is handling the separation from her husband. He finds she has gone to the movies with a friend leaving her son with her mother. Mrs. Springer resents that Eccles plays golf with Harry. She thinks the police should be called on him and that he does not deserve the compassion everyone is showing.

Eccles explains by golfing with Harry he is getting to know him and by doing this he can reason with him to return to his wife. Eccles sees good in Harry. Mrs. Springer does not. She believes people should stand up for themselves and do what is expected. One does not run away from problems, but faces them head on. Mrs. Springer has to deal with the people who blame her daughter for Harry’s actions. Eccles...

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