The Loney - Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Michael Hurley
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Miss Bunce and David packed their things and caught the train at Lancaster, despite Father Bernard’s protests. Hanny went to sleep, and Mummer entered his room with a mug of tea, which she poured the holy water from the jam jar into.

After Hanny drank the tea, Mummer invited the rest of the group except Father Bernard into the room and they knelt and prayed for Hanny. Mummer and Farther began an argument. Mummer thought that Father Bernard believed that Father Wilfred took his own life and that he might start rumors about Father Wilfred. Farther thought they should tell the police if there were any suspicions that Father Wilfred committed suicide. Farther also told Mummer she should accept that Moorings was not helping Hanny.

Farther then reveals that he found four names scratched into the wall in the room behind the study...

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