Are You in the House Alone? - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

Richard Peck
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Chapter 12 Summary

With the cat out of the bag about Mr. Osburne's unemployment, he no longer goes into the city every day. The chapter opens to a conversation Gail and her father are having while he puts the storm windows on the house. Gail's father mentions that Gail cannot go out anywhere looking like she does when she points out to him that the doctors would not have released her had she not been well enough to go home and resume life. Gail's point is, if she was to stay in bed, the doctors would either have kept her at the hospital or told her so at discharge. Gail understands that her father is trying to protect her, though. Gail mentions that neither the rape nor Gail's future are mentioned, but she hears her parents speaking downstairs late into the night. Gail then tells her...

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