The Interestings - Part Three, Chapters Twenty and Twenty-One Summary & Analysis

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Part Three, Chapters Twenty and Twenty-One

In Chapter Twenty, the children in the camp begin to report they have seen a strange man in the woods. Jules and Dennis walk the woods looking for the man. Jules is the one who finds him. As she tries to explain to him the camp is not public property, she gets the feeling there is something wrong with him. As she talks, an older man joins them. Jules doesn’t recognize him at first, but then she notices his expression. When he calls her by her last name, she knows for sure it is Goodman. Goodman tells Jules the man with him is Martin, the two of them had met just the day before. Goodman insinuates that it is because he learned that Jules was there that he came back. When Dennis...

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