The Music of Chance - Pages 126 - 170 Summary & Analysis

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Nashe and Jack continue their work, and Nashe worries that there will eventually be a conflict between Murks and the rambunctious, resentful Jack. However, Murks remains unfazed by Jack’s various insults and words of complaint. Murks supervises with a smug satisfaction, never offering to help, as that is not the job he has been assigned. The work is slow and grueling, as the stones are quite heavy. Jack becomes more resentful as the work progresses, and he feels the urge to get revenge on Flower and Stone somehow, but Flower and Stone never come to the work site. One night, while in their trailer, Jack says to Nashe that he is still incredulous about his loss in the poker game. He blames Nashe for leaving the room and somehow disrupting Jack’s rhythm. Nashe admits to taking the figurines from the model...

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