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It - Part Four, July of 1958: Chapter 18, The Bullseye Summary & Analysis

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Part Four, July of 1958: Chapter 18, The Bullseye Summary

Ben tells the story of how he came to be nearly disemboweled. It began with the night the children made the silver slugs. Bill's parents have gone out for the night, so the children gather at Bill's house, supposedly to play a board game. They use Mr. Denbrough's workbench to melt and mold the slugs. Ben does most of the work as he seems to be the most confident using his hands and the tools. The other children stand around and watch, fascinated by the whole process. They clean up before Bill's parents get home and sit down to a rousing game of Monopoly.

A few days later, the Losers Club arrives at 29 Neibolt Street. Bill believes they can find It here and wants to confront it as a group rather...

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