The Little Stranger - Chapters 11 - 12 Summary & Analysis

Sarah Waters
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In Chapter 11, the following morning, Mrs. Ayers refused to talk about what had happened the day before. She said simply that it was nonsense and she had been acting foolishly. Even though Faraday was pleased with Mrs. Ayers progress, Caroline seemed concerned. She showed Faraday some books she had been reading titled Phantasms of the Living and The Nigh Side of Nature. She read some passages that seemed to indicate there were other houses in which the people heard strange noises and inanimate objects moved, just like they had been reported to have done in Hundreds Hall. She said she did not think they were ghosts as much as they were unconscious parts of a person “so strong or so troubled they can take on a life of their own” (338). Caroline believed Roderick might be responsible for everything but Faraday suggested that Betty...

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