The Street - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 Summary

Every time Jones looks at Min, he thinks about Lutie. He now hates Lutie. He goes outside for a breath of fresh air and sees that the sun has come out. Mrs. Hedges tells him from her window that Min is gone. Unsure whether or not she is telling the truth, he enters his apartment. He knows right away that she is gone. The room seems deserted.

He tries to rearrange the furniture because of the big empty space where Min's table once sat, but nothing feels right. "He hadn't realized how familiar he had become with all the detail of that table until it was gone." When he goes into the bedroom to make sure she did not take anything that did not belong to her. The closet is so clean it appears that she had never been there. He thinks that...

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