The Liars' Club - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Mary is allowed a rare treat when she is invited to a gathering of the Liars' Club. She sits happily spraying cheese whiz on crackers while listening to her father spin a tale about his father, who died by hanging. Mary knows her grandfather is very much alive, but she listens to the rest of the story with enjoyment. Pete paints a picture of his father as an unstable man who suffers through various indignities until the end of his life. The end for his father comes the night he climbs the roof and falls through, his neck breaking in the process. Pete taps his cigarette on the table to signal the end of the story. His lie marks a boundary between him and his friends, but storytelling is something he enjoys doing.

Charlie, on the other hand, doesn't say a word about her intense grief over...

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