Story of O - Chapter 2, Part 3 (pp. 89-105) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, Part 3 (pp. 89-105) Summary

"Sir Stephen", part 3. As O leaves Sir Stephen's apartment, her attention is drawn by a note left by Sir Stephen to a riding crop left near a vase of flowers, which also refers to Sir Stephen having spoken with Rene earlier, as O slept. The implications of this note, as O realizes, are that a whipping is somewhere in her future, and that Rene chose for whatever reason to not speak with her. Later that day, as O goes in to work without yet having heard from Rene, she is preoccupied and thoughtful (see "Quotes", p. 90). As she works, she reflects upon her past as a user and manipulator of both men and women who desired her sexually, and comes to realize that the punishment she suffers, and is beginning to seek, at the hands of Rene...

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