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Jinx Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 9-11 Summary

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Chapters 9-11 Summary

Chapter nine contains an argument that takes place after Jean confronts Tory about taping Petra's picture to the bottom of the family cat's litter box. Jean informs Tory that she understands what she meant to do, but that practicing black magic is dangerous because the spell comes back to hurt the person that cast it. Jean continues to tell Tory that she has bound her from casting any further harmful spells, although Tory is able to continue casting positive spells. Tory becomes angry with Jean for lying about being a witch. Jean does not admit to being a witch, however she tells Tory that she had an interest in magic at one time. She explained that the one spell she cast did not go well and that she promised herself never to practice magic again, although she felt she had to in order to stop...

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