The Loney - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Michael Hurley
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Late that night, the narrator heard voices shouting in the distance. He thought he may have dreamed the noises but in the morning, the group discussed them and what they could have meant. The narrator believed the sounds were coming from the woods, and considered telling Father Bernard this, but he was interrupted by a crash from the kitchen. Mummer was reprimanding Hanny for eating stew when he was meant to be fasting. Mummer then pushed Hanny outside and forced him to regurgitate the food.

The narrator tried to get Hanny to go to sleep again, but Hanny was agitated and feeling unwell. The narrator laid next to Hanny until he fell asleep, then went outside, where he was joined by Father Bernard. Father Bernard defended Mummer’s actions in the morning, believing that she meant well. The narrator said he would like Hanny...

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