She had talked with Peggy and Reverend Eccles and prayed and had come to an understanding that marriage wasn’t a refuge it was a sharing and she and Harry would start to share everything. And then, it was a miracle, these last two weeks had been that way.
And then Harry had suddenly put his whore’s filthiness into it and asked her to love it and the unfairness makes her cry aloud softly, as if startled by something in the empty bed with her. (17.8-9)
Of course, we are getting Janice on the pretty end of a drinking binge, overburdened, traumatized by Rabbit, her post-pregnancy body, and her newborn – but Rabbit, Run only gives us one section from her point of view, and we do what we can, which is, for starters, to notice that she is trying desperately to separate her identity from Rabbit’s – she’s realizing that they can’t "share everything."