Belle Prater's Boy - Chapter Seven through Chapter Eight Summary & Analysis

Ruth White
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Chapter Seven through Chapter Eight Summary

In chapter seven, the two sneak out at night to the tree house. Woodrow notes that behind his shack at home, there is a place where the air is thick, and it vibrates. it is warm, and within it, you can hear voices. He compares the voices to those hear when one speaks through a fan. Gypsy has difficultly understand what Woodrow is saying, but he notes that this place is where two worlds touch, like in the poem his mother read. Woodrow claims his mother knew about the place too, and that right before her disappearance, she practically lived near the spot. He believes Belle has gone through the spot to another world. He tried to tell Everett after Belle's disappearance, but he refused to listen.

Woodrow huddles closer to Gypsy when he hears...

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