House of Leaves - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Mark Z. Danielewski
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Chapter 13 Summary

Teppet Brookes is Chad's teacher. She notices that his drawings are unlike the drawings of the other children. When told to draw a picture of his home Chad draws a square with no windows and no doors. In the center is a black pit and there are pictures of snarling animals all around the perimeter. Brookes suspects child abuse, so she visits the kindergarten room to have a look at Daisy's drawings. They are nearly identical. Instead of calling Children's Services, she decides to take a drive and visit the Navidson house. She arrives at the house and hears screams, so she knocks loudly on the door. Reston answers the door and asks her to come inside and help him. She's horrified by the scene of two bloody men lay on the floor while the man in the wheelchair has bloody hands. The...

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