If There Be Thorns - Part II Summary & Analysis

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Part II Summary

Part II begins with Tales of Evil in which Jory confronts Bart about the time he's spending at the mansion next door. Jory pulls up half-remembered scenes and begins to understand that Bart is the son of another man, a man who Jory remembers only slightly. Jory then goes to the mansion to confront the old woman. His poodle, Clover, follows until Jory sends the dog home. Corrine soon begins talking to Jory about her life, why she wears only black and why she remains cut off from sunlight. She says that she had four children, fathered by her first husband, a man who was forbidden to her. She says that she thought she'd never find another man as wonderful, but she did and that she allowed her love for this man blind her to the needs of her children, and that she cries herself...

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