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Rain Chapter Summary & Analysis - Lines 832 - 959 Summary

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Lines 832 - 959 Summary

Over the next three days whenever the Macphails or the Davidsons encounter Thompson, she is aloof. In the evenings, Thompson takes no visitors but continues to play her gramophone. On Sunday, she begins to play her gramophone and Davidson, and Davidson complains to Horn about the impropriety of music on the Sabbath. Horn insists that Thompson discontinue the music. Davidson spends his time away from the house and Horn, and Horn, Dr. Macphail, and Thompson all get the feeling that he is concentrating his attention on some plan, though they do not know what it could be about. Horn tells Dr. Macphail that the rain will continue to be steadily heavy for the foreseeable future; t. The area receives about three-hundred inches of rain every year. Dr. Macphail becomes despondent at the weather and the sultry heat and begins to feel that the forces of...

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