Winter in the Blood - Part 2, Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 20 Summary

The narrator wakes in a strange home and sees a little boy eating breakfast. The narrator goes into a bedroom where he finds the woman who gave him the ride. The narrator wants to have sex with her, but she refuses and he does not want to upset the little boy.

Part 2, Chapter 20 Analysis

This chapter goes deeper into the narrator's character, suggesting he is not as innocent as he has been portrayed up to this point. The narrator thinks about raping a woman but does not do so because of her little boy, not because it is wrong.

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