The Street - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

Jones returns to his apartment filled with rage. His anger is first directed towards Mrs. Hedges for interfering with him and Lutie, and it is then directed towards Min, because he knows she must have let the dog out. He believes if the dog had not jumped on Lutie's back she would not have screamed and Mrs. Hedges would not have gotten involved.

His anger again focuses on Mrs. Hedges. He now knows that the reason he could not have her arrested when he reported her whorehouse to the police was because of the woman's ties to Junto.

Jones' thoughts are so disjointed that he cannot stay focuses on one through without going off to another one. While he thinks about the way Lutie had screamed, he tries to explain it to himself that she was just frightened, but he finally settles on...

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