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Coraline - III Summary & Analysis

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When Coraline and her mother go shopping for school supplies, her mother will not let her get Day-Glo green gloves. Instead, she buys her clothes like everybody else has. On their way home, Coraline asks her mother about the empty flat. Her mother tells her only that it probably looks like their apartment before they moved into it. She adds there’s no way to get to it from their house.

At home, Coraline chooses to stay at home while her mother goes shopping. She gets the key to the door in the drawing room and opens it even though she senses what she is doing is wrong. This time, the bricks are gone and Coraline is able to walk into a hallway like the one in her own apartment. She notices while the carpet and wallpaper is the same, the boy in the...

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