Borrower of the Night - Chapter 4-5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4-5 Summary

Chapter four begins with Irma's aunt stumbling upon George, Tony and Vicki and demanding to know what they are doing at her niece's door at one in the morning. The Grafin says that she locks Irma in her room every night at eleven. The Grafin opens the door and Irma is laying in bed asleep although she quickly rouses when the flashlight is shown on her. She is dressed in a much different outfit than the ghost had been. The Grafin locks Irma back up in her room despite Irma's fears and begging the Grafin to stay with her. The Grafin tells Vicki and the others to go back to Vicki's room and look at the painting there and tells them goodnight. George and Tony get into a argument over what it could have been and Vicki tells them to leave...

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