Belle Prater's Boy - Chapter Eighteen through Chapter Twenty Summary & Analysis

Ruth White
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Chapter Eighteen through Chapter Twenty Summary

In chapter eighteen, Gypsy walks home as Woodrow beats up Buzz in the classroom. She thinks of the fact that she knew all along what happened, but refused to acknowledge it, and others around her never spoke of it in front of her. She remembers being told to go get her father, who rarely left the house after the fire, for Sunday dinner. She went to her house and looked everyone but her parent's bedroom, but the door was locked. Thinking he might be napping, Gypsy walked around to the bedroom window, and looked in, where she saw her father's head in a pool of blood. Back at home, Gypsy now questions in her head why her father would do such a thing. Rage rises within her, and, finding scissors nearby, Gypsy begins cutting off...

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