Loitering with Intent - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

The last day of June 1950, right in the middle of the twentieth century, was the day Fleur marked as the changing point in her life. This goes back to the day she sat in the graveyard, working on her poem, when she was approached by the friendly police officer who chatted with her for a while. Fleur asks him if she were committing a crime as she sat on that gravestone, what crime would it be? The policeman's final suggestion of possible crimes was "Loitering with intent." At this point in her life, Fleur was well into her second novel, All Soul's Day, and was forming the idea for her third, which would be entitled The English Rose. She was attempting to avoid bumping into her landlord, Mr. Alexander upon returning home, for fear he would try to convince her again to take...

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