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The section that is narrated by Moseley is given as an ultimate contrast to the later section narrated  by the Jefferson druggist, MacGowan. Each druggist functions as a comment upon the other. This  section also plays an important function in that it gives the reader the outside view that is again  needed. For too long we have remained with the Bundren family. Suddenly, it is made clear to us that  Addie is just a dead rotting body that is now eight days old in a hot Mississippi July sun. Through the indignant responses of the Mottson sheriff and the druggist, we gain an impartial view of  the Bundrens, which helps us to prepare for Darl's reaction in the forthcoming sections. And finally,  that the Bundrens are buying concrete so as to repair Cash's leg reminds us of the incompetence of 
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