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Something Wicked This Way Comes Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1: Chapters 13, 14, and 15 Summary

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Part 1: Chapters 13, 14, and 15 Summary

Will's father is in the library and sees the two boys running home from the carnival site in the middle of the night. He cries out their names, but not aloud. He looks towards the carnival grounds and is extremely tempted to go there himself. Instead he leaves the library and heads towards home. He passes the same storefront where the two sawhorses that supported the block of ice are now standing empty. The ice has melted, leaving only puddles on the floor, along with a few long strands of hair.

Mr. Halloway arrives home, mumbling "three" over and over. Will, already back in bed, wonders if his father had also seen the train come in. He is frightened by the thought, although he doesn't know why. Charles is wondering why the train arrived at three in the morning. He muses about how...

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