The Nice and the Good - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

Judy is naked in Ducane's bed. Ducane tells her to leave, but she continues to try to get him into bed with her. She gives him a whiskey and tells him that she married McGrath when she was very young, because she thought he would be someone. She calls Ducane Mr. Honey and says that she feels different since she met him. She thinks he can save her and she doesn't know where else to turn. Ducane thinks that he mustn't pity her because she could do him harm. He tells her that he can't do anything for her, but he begins to look at her body. He wonders what would happen if he had sex with her, but he knows that he won't touch her. Ducane tells her to get up and put some clothes on. He goes into the bathroom until she has finished. As...

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