The Loney - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Michael Hurley
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The narrator became preoccupied by the strange effigy in the woods. He believed that the roasted animal was used to lure Monro to the clearing, ensuring the group would discover the hanging shape. The narrator slept with the rifle, although his sense of protection was not strong because he knew Parkinson and Collier would recognize that it was unloaded.

The narrator hid in the broom closet and listened to Father Bernard and Mr Belderboss drinking brandy. Mr. Belderboss began his confession, telling Father Bernard that he went to the cemetery very late one night to see Father Wilfred’s grave and make sure the flowers had not been bothered. The police found him in the graveyard and took him home.

While in the cemetery, he saw a drunk woman wearing a coat but no pants. She was holding the flowers meant for Father Wilfred...

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