Psycho - Chapter Nine Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Nine Summary

It's Saturday morning, and Norman wakes to shave. He hates shaving because he hates to look at himself in the mirror. The reflection always looks wavy and unfocused. He wishes he was as handsome as Uncle Joe Considine, the only man Norman remembers Mother having a relationship with. Norman doesn't like thinking about Uncle Joe because he has been dead for twenty years now. As he shaves, Norman reminds himself to hide the razor well. It's very sharp and he wouldn't want Mother to get hold of it; she's been so unpredictable these days. When he finishes shaving, Norman walks down to the office and starts drinking, even though he promised himself he would never drink again after the girl's death. He nearly falls out of his seat when he sees a car with a Texas license plate (the girl had...

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