The Lovely Bones - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

Jack is frustrated at the lack of progress in his daughter's case. He walks by Mr. Harvey's house on his daily dog walk. Susie describes Mr. Harvey's house and his routines. He does not vary his day-to-day comings and goings. The police drive by once in a while. He keeps many clocks in his house, and the alarms alert him to his routines.

Late at night, Mr. Harvey likes to look at the things he has collected from people. He has a heel from a shoe that belonged to a girl named Claire. He assaulted Claire but let her go when some passersby heard her crying. Claire saw the look that Susie saw, but Mr. Harvey explained to Claire that he was trying to repair her shoe.

Susie explores Mr. Harvey's house. She finds the bones of animals that he has killed. The...

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