The Headless Cupid - Study Guide Chapters 17-20 Summary & Analysis

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In chapter seventeen, after the mess had been cleaned up and everyone went back to bed, David lies awake, trying to sift through the questions running through his head. David tries to figure things out logically, which does not seem to be working well. "When David finally got back into bed that night, he fully intended to stay awake until he had everything thought out. There was a lot to think about - like why? and how? and what now?" (p. 170).

David spends a lot of time thinking about what happened the night before. What would Molly do if she found out that Amanda is behind all of the poltergeist activity? How would Molly feel when she learned that it was Amanda that had ruined her painting of Janie and the twins? What would his father do? If the Westerly girls had been sent away...

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