The Killing Dance - Section II, ch. 3-5 Summary & Analysis

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Section II, ch. 3-5 Summary

Richard worries when Anita wants to leave. Anita does not want Robert to report to Jean-Claude so she whispers the truth to Richard. As Richard comforts her, Anita wraps herself in the illusion of safety. On the way back to Anita's house, Anita and Richard make out and flirt, but she chides herself for sexual innuendo; it is unfair since she is unwilling to follow through. Richard wants Anita to marry him. Anita nearly agrees, but Richard's morals hold her back from committing to a life with him. On the way upstairs, they encounter Mrs. Pringle, Anita's neighbor, with Custard, her dog, and a new television. Richard carries the television upstairs while Anita pretends to help because he will lose his teaching job if his lycanthropy becomes known since parents do not like monsters around their kids. Custard whines at Anita's...

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