Winter in the Blood - Part 2, Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 30 Summary

The narrator runs into the woman he gave the money too and she claims to have been looking for him. They go to a hotel, drink beer, and have sex all night. The next morning they have sex again, and then the narrator hits the woman for no apparent reason. The narrator dresses and leaves while the woman begs him to stay.

Part 2, Chapter 30 Analysis

The narrator treats the woman badly in this chapter, using her and then threatening violence, showing the narrator's lack of character due to his identity crisis. His infliction of abuse on this woman may be the result of his inability to determine who he is and why he has been given this particular plight in life. Also, it is interesting to note that he seems to jump from one extreme to the next, exhibiting moments of...

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