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Reaper Man Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pages 141-170 Summary

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Windle Poons soon discovers that Schleppel has followed him home. Though he cannot see the creature, he soon discovers that Schleppel is hiding behind the door. When Windle looks behind the door, the bogeyman quickly moves, sight unseen, to the space beneath the bed. With Windle's permission, Schleppel returns to his position behind the door. Observing several more screws leaving their fixtures, Windle ask Schleppel if he knows what's going on. Schleppel explains that the problem is due to a buildup of life force.

Miss Flitworth knocks on the barn door to invite Bill indoors for the evening. The narrator describes Miss Flitworth as worried and pleading, but Bill finds himself unable to read the old woman's expression. Bill is soon having tea in a parlor overflowing with ornaments and knick-knacks, bringing to his mind thoughts of a king's tomb. Miss Flitworth is a bit...

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