Songs of the Humpback Whale - Chapters 12-13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 12-13 Summary

Continuing his state of denial, Oliver goes to work as usual. There he recalls when Jane stained the oak door to his office and shrieked about seeing the face of the devil in the wood grain. He calmly weighs his options for getting Jane back with the minimal amount of effort and time. He decides that the most efficient course of action will require a month so he calls in his secretary Shirley and tells her to cancel his trip to Venezuela. Though he knows that his departure will cost Shirley her job, he dumps his responsibility on her. He confidently forms a plan to track Jane and Rebecca using the same techniques he uses to track whales. Suddenly, he sees the image of the devil in the door.

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