Poison - 'Peppercorn and the Cat' and 'Skin and Bones' Summary & Analysis

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'Peppercorn and the Cat' and 'Skin and Bones' Summary

Poison follows the cat to another door, and then up some stairs. At the top, there is a girl her age and normal size, holding a candle and beckoning her in. Inside there is a room with normal sized furniture. The girl tells Poison that she is called Peppercorn. She sprays Poison with foul smelling perfume, and then tells her to hide under the bed with the cat.

The Bone Witch comes in, sniffs, and tells Peppercorn off for using the nasty smelling perfume again. She says that she knows Peppercorn is hiding a girl here because she could smell her all the way up the stairs. She feels around the room and then starts groping under the bed. The cat darts out, scratches her nose, and then runs...

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