Cycle of the Werewolf - Chapter 11, November Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11, November Summary

On a cold November afternoon, Rev. Lowe watches a large group of men drive out of town in their pick-up trucks. All are carrying guns. This same scene has occurred for the past few nights as the full moon approaches, but while some of the men are really just looking for an excuse to go into the woods, drink beer, tell jokes and shoot at squirrels and crows, some are very serious about hunting down the beast.

Rev. Lowe is feeling trapped, but not by the men with rifles. He has been receiving letters, written in a childish handwriting. The first said, "I know who you are" and the most recent, which arrived in today's mail, says "Why don't you kill yourself?" Rev. Lowe doesn't know who has been sending them because the attack on Marty has not appeared in the...

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