Sabbath's Theater - Book 2, Part 7 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Part 7 Summary

Michelle Cowan, Norman's wife, had gotten Sabbath's arthritis prescription filled for him during the day and Sabbath is in a wonderful mood that night at dinner. Norman had picked up spare clothes for him as well and to top off his evening, Michelle turns out to be better looking in person than in the Polaroids he had found. Sabbath appraises her and thinks she's about Drenka's age. He thinks that Norman is nothing like Drenka's boring husband, but after a while, don't all husbands become as boring as Matija? Norman had told Sabbath the night before that his anti-depressant medication was hard on his libido and Sabbath assumes that Michelle is cheating on him. He believes that the money in her dresser is either for being paid by men for sex, or for paying young men to have sex with her. Alternatively, perhaps she has...

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