Psycho - Chapter Three Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Three Summary

Norman Bates answers the door to the motel and lets Mary Crane in. He apologizes for making her wait, "Mother isn't very well," he tells her (Page 29). He shows Mary to her room - the one closest to the office - and surprises himself by inviting her up to the kitchen for a bite to eat. When Mary accepts, Norman is flabbergasted; he isn't sure he was expecting that. He leaves to ready the meal and Mary laughs in her bedroom. She's surprised to see a grown man so embarrassed, so flustered at the thought of dinner with a woman. She's sure he's harmless and sets about getting ready for the evening. When she's ready to eat, Mary walks up to the house, where she hears murmured voices upstairs. She knocks, and Norman lets her in. He explains that Mother isn't...

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