Kiss the Girls - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Casanova lets out a scream as he runs through the woods, thinking about the girl he left tied to the tree and the horror he had inflicted. Inside, he feels like going back and saving her, but realizes he cannot do that because he removed his mask in her presence. He was aware of what he had done, but was unable to stop himself. He thinks to himself that things would have been different if she had listened to him. He is unlike other mass killers in that he has the ability to feel everything he does. He needed to change personas. He could no longer be Casanova. He needed to change back into his true self.

Chapter 6 Analysis

Casanova shows that he feels sorrow and remorse for his actions. The scream he lets out indicates that he is horrified by his actions. He also shows the...

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