I Am the Cheese - Study Guide Section 13 Summary & Analysis

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Adam becomes a spy in his own home. He is listening at doors, eavesdropping on telephone conversations, studying his mother's actions, wondering what has gone before to make her so sad. He wonders about his father too. He has seemed such a perfect father, everything a father should be. Adam wonders if he himself is manufacturing mysteries to satisfy his literary longings.

Although Amy is the most important person in his life, he still can't bring himself to tell her about all his fears and suspicions. He is afraid she will laugh and see him differently in her eyes. He doesn't want to risk losing it all. That's why he makes himself go with her on her Numbers pranks. Therefore, he keeps a tortured silence and continues to spy.

Brint prompts him to talk more about what he found out from his spying. Adam is discovering that...

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