Rabbit, Run - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Mrs. Eccles takes a call from Mrs. Springer saying Janice is in labor. She attempts to track her husband down by telephone to tell him so he can inform Harry. She feels embarrassed as the hours tick past and she cannot find him and she wonders what made her fall in love with her husband. Mrs. Eccles does not like his profession and especially does not like the congregation, which she feels takes up too much of her husband’s time.

When Eccles comes home he sees his wife is angry. He enjoys spending time with his parishioners and forgets about the time. He does not acknowledge his wife’s anger, however, upon hearing the news of Janice, Eccles hurries to the phone to call Harry. He tells him Janice is in labor and is glad he agrees to go to the hospital. Eccles offers to pick him...

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