Are You in the House Alone? - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Richard Peck
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Chapter 11 Summary

Gail begins screaming hysterically to "get them out of here" (p. 128). The room comes alive with doctors and nurses and the police leave. Gail tells the doctor that she does not want Valium again and that she will calm down on her own. Ted tells Gail that the police will not pursue arrest against Phil Lawver because he is a Lawver. Then, Ted continues to explain to Gail the odds stacked against her including her medical records of being on birth control, of not being a virgin, that she opened the door and let Phil into the house, and, mostly, if it were not Phil Lawver as the accused. Ted also explains that if the charges went to trial, then the opposing counsel will seek to ask her about her sexual activity. If opposing counsel finds that she has had sex with anyone...

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