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Canyons Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 11-14 Summary

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Chapters 11-14 Summary

In chapter 11, Brennan finds himself obsessed with the skull. Brennan has also begun to have strange dreams and the phrase, Take me, spirit, keeps running through his mind. Brennan measured the skull, convinced it belonged to someone young, and realizes the skull is about the same size as his own. Brennan wonders if the skull belonged to someone his own age.

In chapter 12, Brennan wants to learn more about the skull, so he decides to ask the advice of his teacher, Mr. Homesley.

In chapter 13, Brennan recalls how Mr. Homesley approached Brennan after school and talked to him about beetles, convincing Brennan to search for a beetle in the grass with him. After this, Mr. Homesley had Brennan bring him a beetle everyday so they could discuss it; this lead to a close friendship that expanded into several visits to Mr. Homesley's house.

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