The Street - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Jones is obsessed with the gold cross that Min has hanging above her bed. The cross prevents him from throwing Min out. He now thinks that he sees the cross everywhere that he looks. He believes that Min is what stands between him and Lutie.

He is restless and cannot sleep so he decides to go to the furnace room. He has spent so much time in places like the furnace room that he now finds comfort in the dark basement. Before Jones has a chance to enter the furnace room, Lutie returns from The Casino feeling triumphant. Jones believes that the look of triumph Lutie has on her face is, because she is glad to see him. He decides he will have her tonight and he begins dragging her towards the cellar door.

The wolfish dog jumps on Lutie's back, and she...

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