Rabbit, Run - Study Guide Section 9 (230-244) Summary & Analysis

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This section begins with Janice's realization that Rabbit has left her again. She tries to nurse the baby, but as she slips off the nipple repeatedly Janice begins to feel that nobody wants to be close to her. She reflects that she would now do anything sexually to keep Rabbit if he were to come home. She also thinks back on the incident in bed and decides that she had refused him because she felt she ought to have some self-respect; now that he has gone, however, she no longer cares about that and just wants him to come back.

She thinks back to before she and Rabbit were married, when Rabbit had made her feel better about getting pregnant before the wedding. She then thinks about how her father had always told her that Rabbit was no good. She finds that Rebecca has gone...

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