Smitten - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3 and 4 Summary

Chapter 3 - A few days later, Matt brings Lizabeth home covered in wet cement - she had accidentally fallen into a bed of concrete. After Ferguson (the family dog) steals the ham that was to have been eaten for dinner and after dinner itself has been abandoned, Lizabeth goes to bed, but is wakened by a light, repetitive tapping on her window. She fantasizes that it's Matt (see "Quotes", p. 61), but when she goes out to see if it's really him she discovers a man in the yard - almost naked, except for the tie around his neck, the sneakers on his feet, and the paper bag over his head. Stifling her giggles, she waves to him, and he waves back in a way that Lizabeth finds somewhat unusual. Still laughing to herself, Lizabeth reports the man to the police.

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