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Back in Zenith, Babbitt goes to see Zilla in order to borrow something for his wife. While there, the  topic of Paul comes up casually, as he had planned. Zilla suspects that her husband is seeing  another woman, but Babbitt denies this notion. She discusses her marital problems with Babbitt and  admits that she is cruel and insensitive to Paul's needs. She promises to be a better wife in the  future. After Paul returns, he tells Babbitt that his wife is being a lot nicer, but that it is too late. Her old ways  continue to surface now and then, and he has already learned to detest her. Some day, he says, he  will find a way to get rid of her. Babbitt's real-estate business is a success because Babbitt is clever — and because, if sanctioned  by precedent, Babbitt will go to any practical lengths to make a dollar. He does this kind of finagling 
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Texas State.

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