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The Girl Next Door - Chapter Thirty-Eight through Chapter Forty-Three Summary & Analysis

Jack Ketchum
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Chapter Thirty-Eight through Chapter Forty-Three Summary

In chapter thirty-eight, David notes that the time frame was one where everyone trusted one another. The Chandler's house has a door without a latch, and David sneaks in to free Meg that night. He sneaks downstairs, and opens the metal door to the shelter. He tells her he will leave the bolt and the screen door undone. He hands her his money, but she notes that if they catch her, they will know someone helped. Instead, he is to leave it at the brook. She is covered in cuts and bruises. She kisses him, with her torn, chapped, bruised lips and David believes they are the softest things on the planet. He begins to cry, apologizing, but she reminds him that it is what a person does last that counts. He hands her a tire iron, and leaves...

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