See What I Have Done - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Schmidt, Sarah
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The chapter opens on the night of the murders, August 4th, and Emma and Lizzie, from whose perspective the chapter is told, have offered a large reward for the capture of the killer. The women argue because Emma thinks the amount is too much. Their conversation turns into wondering about what will happen next. When the tense conversation ends, Emma reveals that Bridget has left.

After Emma gets tea for Lizzie, Lizzie begins to open up to her sister about what she saw that morning. She reveals she spoke to Mrs. Borden before she supposedly left to visit a sick relative. Then, suddenly, Lizzie grows pale and sick. When Emma tries to comfort her, Lizzie lashes out and brings up an old argument about a necklace. Emma returns to comforting Lizzie when she has calmed, finding a bone fragment stuck in her hair. Emma...

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