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Sabbath's Theater Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Part 9 Summary

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Book 2, Part 9 Summary

Sabbath drives away from the beach, still wrapped in Morty's flag and wearing the yarmulke. His mind reviews every detail he had ever learned about the B-25 bombers that Morty had flown and their corresponding Japanese counterparts. Sabbath is returning home. Now that he has Morty's things, he feels he cannot kill himself. He laments the fact that something always came along to force him to keep living. Now, Morty's things are too important to keep anywhere but in his own home. He blames Morty's things for forcing him to return to Roseanna.

As Sabbath drives, he finally allows himself to think of Drenka's death. He had not known that her last night would be the last. It was like every other night of her hospital stay. Sabbath arrived half an hour after visiting hours, when he could be certain he would find her alone...

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