The Killing Dance - Study Guide Section XIV, ch. 40-42 Summary & Analysis

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Anita wakes in Jean-Claude's bed; Jean-Claude sleeps in his coffin. She is confused because she still loves Richard. Ernie knocks and offers himself to Anita's services since Jean-Claude commanded him to be at her disposal, but Anita threatens to shoot him if he does not leave immediately because she is naked. As Ernie leaves, Richard enters in a rage, accusing Anita of having sex with Jean-Claude. They argue about that and the fact that Richard would not allow Anita to kill Raina. In a rage, Richard throws Jean-Claude's bed. Anita apologizes, and Richard tries to kiss her, but she will not let him. She hurts him when she admits that the sex with Jean-Claude was good. Richard loves Anita. He beats his hands against the wall as Anita begs him to stop. Finally, Richard kisses her softly and leaves as she...

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