Spartina - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32 Summary

Dick is still feeling low. He snaps at his boys and his wife, and is in a mean mood as he drives to Elsie's to pick up the check. On the way there he feels the old sense of uncontrollable rage as he cuts off a station wagon that pulls up behind him and honks its horn. Going up Elsie's drive he is thinking to himself what an ass he has been lately. Now, he is leaving his family who has been supportive, going to Elsie's to get her money, and get satisfied sexually at the same time. He hopes he can leave this mood on shore, when the boat gets into the water.

Chapter 32 Analysis

Dick is still in a foul mood and blames it on the fact that he wants to get rid of all the pent up frustration he feels...

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