The Loney - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Michael Hurley
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The group was concerned by Clement’s unusual behavior, but dismissed his claims. They felt that the pressure of looking after his mother was damaging his mindset. As Mummer and Mrs Belderboss prepared dinner, Farther examined figurines that he took from the secret room behind the study. His cough was worse, and Mummer warned him to stay out of the room.

Miss Bunce decided to go for a walk and asked if anyone would like to join her. Mummer declared that even though she wanted to go, cleaning the table was more important. Miss Bunce’s fiancé accompanied her, and they brought Monroe.

The narrator went to his room, where Hanny was playing a game. Hanny showed the narrator an envelope that he took from Else’s house. It contained several dozen ten-pound notes and a list of names: Hale, Parry, Parkinson, Collier. Frightened...

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