Are You in the House Alone? - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Richard Peck
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Chapter 6 Summary

In school, Gail is so distraught and distracted that she can hardly focus. In geometry class, the teacher calls Gail to the board to do an easy problem and Gail fails. In the hall, Gail noticed Buddy McEvoy and stood there drinking at the fountain trying to eavesdrop on his conversation. In English class, Mr. Baumann read a poem aloud. As the teacher read the second stanza, Gail thought about the girl in the poem and told her to bar the door, protect herself, and get help. Then, Gail realized she must have said these things aloud as the entire class were looking at her (except for Alison), and Mr. Baumann had asked her if she had something to say. Without looking up, Gail shakes her head and Mr. Baumann continues reading the poem.

At her locker, Steve approaches Gail from behind and...

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