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How/what does Guy feel after killing Beatty? How does he seek comfort?
Guy has mixed feelings; he regrets that he resorted to violence, and is simultaneously glad and guilt-ridden that he won't have to work with Beatty anymore.
Guy feels survivor's guilt. He knows that it could have been him that perished in the fire. Nonetheless, he is relieved to be alive.
Guy is relieved that he won't have to interact with his boss anymore. He is comforted by the fact that the world will be a better place without Beatty.
Guy feels remorse but feels better after realizing that Beatty probably wanted to die, but was too cowardly to commit suicide.
Guy immediately regrets his actions and rushes Beatty to the hospital. He seeks comfort in the fact that Beatty recovers from his burns.