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Cat's Eye Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13 Summary

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Chapter 13 Summary

Present:(Remembering the past in the present)

Elaine wakes late this morning and stalls a little bit. She thinks she should go to the gallery as a courtesy to make sure everything is running smoothly. Instead, she takes the subway to the town in which she grew up. She gets off near the cemetery and walks her old route from school. She remembers events that happened in certain places such as where Cordelia left her in the ravine and where she would walk behind or in front of the other girls while they criticized her.

It is Halloween time and she thinks how in Mexico, people leave plates for the dead—they are remembered. Elaine thinks our dead must not be as happy.

Flashback: Elaine reveals the story of how her brother Stephen dies. Five years ago he was killed by terrorists who hijacked an airplane he...

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