Sex and Rage - Section 7: 211-245 Summary & Analysis

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In “The Last Night,” the phone rings at two in the morning. Wini answers it, and Gilbert is on the line. He tells Jacaranda to meet him at the Plaza for a drink right away. Jacaranda agrees. Jacaranda gets ready, and Wini tags along. Jacaranda says that the Plaza is “better than Eden,” but Wini tells her to shut up. At the suite, Max opens the door with his characteristic, “You’re here!” He is surprised to see Wini with her, and Wini is “determined to ignore Max into oblivion” (212). Soon, though, Wini is delighted with Max after he tells her he knows she is Irish “because the Irish are always telling the exact truth to perfect strangers” (213). When Jacaranda sees Max again, she wonders, “How could anyone be so beautiful?” (213). But Jacaranda knows that she lusts after him, yet if he returned...

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