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Vernon God Little Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Chapter 7 Summary

D.B.C. Pierre
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Act 2, Chapter 7 Summary

Vernon goes to Dr. Goosens wondering how to act and prepared to mess his pants if that looks like a good idea. The office is way out of town, smells clinical, and features a receptionist who gives Vernon the shivers. Over the intercom, Goosens admonishes her for not checking her email - he is ready for the next patient. The round, soft, smug, sympathetic doctor waves Vernon to an armchair, reviews his file, and asks why he is here. Vernon talks uncomfortably about his friendship with Jesus and people twisting facts to fit his guilt. Goosens recommends he speak candidly and in good faith about his feelings. Vernon feels "wrecked dead away" and like a "skate-goat" (scapegoat,) because Jesus is not alive to blame. Vernon squirms talking about his "familial network," which lacks male influences. Vernon struggles not to panic, describing how, comes back from...

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