Lullaby - Chapters 28-31 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 28-31 Summary

In Chapter 28, Helen and Streator go to the home of a man who checked out Poems and Rhymes from Around the World from the library. This time they pretend to be religious people bringing the man the word of God. This man is angry, however, because he is about to be placed on trial for killing his infant son. Helen finds the book and removes the page, throwing it out a window. Streator, however, does not feel this is good enough and he finds the page. As he hides under the window, Streator hears the man cry inside what was once the nursery. This causes Streator to promise himself if the Book of Shadows, or grimoire, has a spell to wake the dead in it he will not destroy it.

In Chapter 29, Streator recalls the morning his wife and child died...

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