The Secret History - Book I, Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Book I, Chapter 5 Summary

Francis is extremely distressed about the incident and seems to be falling apart. The group gathers at Francis' apartment and discusses the incident, including police involvement. Richard realizes that the group's strange behavior was due to shock regarding the murder. Several of them cannot sleep and Camilla loses her voice for several days. The group confides in Richard about the Bacchanal and relays their distress about Bunny, who is constantly talking about the event even though he wasn't present. Bunny does not have any proof of what happened in the woods, regarding the murder, but claims to have figured it out after he stumbles across the group while they are covered in blood. Bunny does not believe the story about someone hitting a deer, particularly since there are no marks on any of the cars.

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