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Rabbit, Run Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 8 (191-230) Summary

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Section 8 Summary (191-230)

The section begins with Rabbit waking up in Eccles' home and finding himself alone with Eccles' wife Lucy. Lucy is somewhat shy because Rabbit is in just a t-shirt, but the two soon are chatting amiably. She tells him that her children have nicknames for all of "Jack's problems:" Rabbit is the "Naughty Man" who is going to stop being naughty. She adds that Eccles has a habit of telling people too much about the work he does, but that he feels Rabbit is his first real success as a minister in Mt. Judge.

Rabbit resents the idea that Eccles thinks he has managed him. He tells Lucy that he is lovable, and when she argues that she cannot see why he realizes she is flirting with him. He decides that she wants to sleep with him, but then remembers Janice...

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