Are You in the House Alone? - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

Richard Peck
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Chapter 14 Summary

Casually, as if there was no violent history between them, Phil asks Gail if she wants a ride home. Gail walks faster as if she might outpace the sports car. Gail tells Phil to keep away from her, but he does not heed her advice. As Gail walks by Mr. Wertheimer's house, she picks up one of the many rocks in his yard. This rock was baseball size and without consciously thinking about it, Gail brought it down hard onto the hood of the MG. Then Gail took her arm sideways and forced the rock onto the windshield. Instantly, with his damaged vehicle, Phil Lawver sped away not even stopping for the corner. Gail continued walking. Gail felt better knowing that she could do something to hurt him.

Saturday night was the special film festival in honor of Madam Malevich. Gail attends the...

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