The Loney - Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Michael Hurley
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The men were Parkinson and Collier. Collier pulled the dog away from the hare and chained it. Parkinson took the rifle from Hanny. The narrator told them that he and Hanny were going home to London today, and that they would swim to get back to Moorings, but the two men just laughed. The narrator told them that they could take whatever they want from Moorings once the group left, and they became angry at his insinuation that they are thieves.

Parkinson and Collier took the boys to Thessaly, where Leonard was loading the car with Clement’s help. Leonard questioned Parkinson if it was really necessary to do this, but sighed and allowed them inside. The narrator was stunned by the gravity of the situation and did not attempt to fight or run. They passed by the cellar door and heard the baby...

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