The Loney - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Michael Hurley
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Father Bernard told the others that someone strung a blanket from a tree as a joke. Miss Bunce remarked that something like this would only happen at the Loney, and before Mummer could angrily respond, Father Bernard steered her away by the shoulders. He asked her if she could get him a bottle of brandy, saying it was for Miss Bunce’s shock.

Miss Bunce sent David to pack her bags, insisting that she could no longer stay in the house and must leave immediately. Father Bernard convinced her to stay, saying that things will improve once the group visits the shrine.

The narrator returned to his room to find Hanny asleep, clutching the envelope of money in one hand and the pornographic pictures in the other. This reminded the narrator of an incident that occurred with Henry McCullough and Father Wilfred. One day...

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