How would you interpret “it enrages” here?
She had more to say, about using gossip as its own evidence. The Woman’s Club now has a committee to check the schoolbooks for Americanism. In Mrs. Brown’s opinion things have gone too far, it’s time somebody showed some intestinal fortitude. Her words. She was holding back tears. What I held back, that would be harder to name. Chispa strolled in with her tail high, indifferent to the crisis. Checked the half-filled food dish next to the Philco, snubbed it, left the kitchen. Life proceeds, it enrages. The untouched ones spend their luck without a thought, believing they deserve it.
How would you interpret “it enrages” in the sentence “Life proceeds, it enrages”?
Thanks. And this excerpt is taken from The Lacuna by Kingsolver.