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Coraline - XIII Summary & Analysis

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Caroline’s parents never talk about the time they spent in the snow globe. Caroline believes they might have no idea they have lost two days. As for the marbles, Caroline put them under her pillow. When she returns to bed after seeing the other mother’s hand, she hears a crunch from under the pillow and notices the marbles have shattered, like small birds’ eggs. When Coraline visits Miss Spink and Miss Forcible, they read her tea leaves, saying it appears her danger is past. However, they can’t understand the meaning of a strange clump of leaves that looks like a hand. She learns one of the ladies’ dogs has been injured in what they believe was a fight. Coraline knows it was the other mother’s hand and that she must do something. When she sees the crazy old man, he...

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