Summer of Night - Chapters 11-13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 11-13 Summary

Chapter 11

Duane McBride walks to Oak Hill to read up on Old Central in the library. He stops at the hospital to visit Jim Harlen who just regained consciousness that morning. Jim tells Duane he has no memory of what happened to him on Saturday.

Dale takes a pair of binoculars and heads over to the poor side of town to watch the Cooke house. He sees Cordie Cooke, cradling a shotgun, walking along the railroad tracks toward town. He follows but is stopped by C. J. Congden, the justice of the peace's bullying sixteen-year-old son. C. J. pulls a gun on Dale demanding to know why he is snooping around with binoculars. He threatens to kill Dale, but Cordie reappears pointing the shotgun at C. J. and gets him to back off Dale. After C. J. is gone, Cordie gets...

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