Sex and Rage - Section 3: Pages 84-114 Summary & Analysis

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Jacaranda knows how she will write and shape her book by “The Forty-Seventh Monday.” She does not know how to tell Janet Wilton what she is planning, so she simply mails the book off to her. Jacaranda did not find writing the book painful; in fact, she only feels pain when she thinks about Max. Sometimes, she thinks Shelby looks like Max, and he would occasionally even act like Max. For example, when he opens the door of his studio to see Jacaranda, he says “You’re here!” (85).

In “The Problem with ‘The Book,’ Part 2,” Jacaranda’s book is accepted for publication. Janet Wilton sent the book over to a young New York editor named Wallace Moss who said he wanted “to see anything she writes that even remotely resembles a book” (86). Jacaranda cannot believe they bought the book because she did...

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