Deadfolk - Chapter 11 and Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 and Chapter 12 Summary

Chapter 11 begins with Blake telling the reader that when he was about fifteen, he killed his father. He describes his father coming home drunk and feeling mean, as usual. Yelling, his father came upstairs and Blake knew he would be beaten again. His father slipped and climbed the rest of the way on hands and knees. When he reached the landing, Blake shoved him to his death. He then called the police, who did not question him and later he thought maybe they knew what happened but figured Blake's father deserved to die. After that, his life as a thug took its course, until Beth died, and he lost his bottle. He says he loved her, despite their troubles, and did not kill her, but nobody believed him. In the next section, he is back in Fenton's office, pulling...

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