Lullaby - Chapters 32-35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 32-35 Summary

In Chapter 32, Streator is in the present again, this time in Nebraska. In this town, a Judas Cow at the local slaughter house began to speak and has convinced the entire town to become vegetarian.

In Chapter 33, Streator, Helen and Mona go to a carnival. While Streator and Helen are riding a ride together, Helen's day planner falls. Mona rescues it and begins to look through it. When Helen and Streator get off the ride, Mona tells them that they have had the Book of Shadows, or grimoire, all along. It is the day planner Helen got from the Poems and Rhymes from Around the World's writer's estate.

In Chapter 34, Mona explains that the book has been written in various forms of invisible ink, which is why Helen thought the book was empty. Mona explains the various methods they can use...

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