Because of Winn-Dixie - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

The night, a severe thunderstorm rolls through the town of Naomi, and the Preacher and Opal learn something about Winn-Dixie they didn't know: he is terrified of thunderstorms. Winn-Dixie wakes Opal up trying to get out of her bedroom.

She opens the door and he flies down the hallway toward her father's room. She tries to warn him, but just as her father opens the door to his bedroom, Winn-Dixie comes barreling through before she has the chance. The next thing they know, here comes Winn-Dixie again running back through the hallway into Opal's bedroom.

Three deafening cracks of thunder scare Winn-Dixie so much he runs right out of Opal's room, heads for the Preacher, and bowls him over. Opal is sure this behavior will get Winn-Dixie sent to a new home.

The Preacher explains to Opal that Winn-Dixie has a pathological fear...

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