V For Vendetta - Book 2, Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 2 Summary

Rosemary Almond is at her husband's burial. Some of Derek's colleagues are also there. One of them, Roger Dascombe, approaches Rosemary and asks how she will get by. She takes his meaning to be more than just friendly. Although this bothers her a great deal, she knows that she might have to give in and do things that she would not have thought otherwise. Although Derek had been abusive, his presence did offer safety and security for Rosemary in an unsafe and insecure world. Eventually, Rosemary gives in to Roger and lets him take her out for dinner. She is no fool. She knows that this is not a free meal. In order to survive, she needs to live a different life and do things she would not ordinarily do. Evey, who is also alone again, has to figure out how she will get by...

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