Summer of Night - Chapter 14-16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14-16 Summary

Chapter 14

The next Saturday, at the Free Show, Duane confronts Mr. Ashley-Montague, the grandson of the man who started the Elm Haven Historical Preservation Society and who drives the projector in from Peoria for the Free Show. Duane asks him if he can see the society log of the year 1876, which was missing out of the library. Mr. Ashley-Montague seems irritated by the request and asks Duane why he needs it. Duane says he is doing a report on the Borgia Bell. Mr. Ashley-Montague heatedly tells Duane that there is no bell—that it was melted down for metal during the war. He tells Duane that the historical papers willed to him were burned.

Chapter 15

The following morning, Sherriff Barney drives out to the McBride farm to tell Duane and his father that Art has run his car off the...

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