House - Chapters 12 - 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 12 - 14 Summary

In Chapter 12, the attention turns to Leslie. She has to run away from Pete into the basement. Leslie runs through the basement until she locks herself into a room. As she looks at the room, Leslie has a terrifying feeling of déjà vu. The room reminds of her of the one in which she was violated as a child. A bowl of cream on a dresser that looks just like one that Leslie had as a child draws her attention. She believes it is vanilla pudding laced with caramel. Leslie dips her fingers into the pudding and eats some of it. As soon as she does so, she realizes how irrational her behavior has become. As she thinks, Pete appears in the room. He is prideful as he tells Leslie that the room is his. Leslie decides to play along...

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