The Man Who Loved Clowns - Chapters 11 & 12: Going Home, The Blank Wall Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 11 & 12: Going Home, The Blank Wall Summary

Delrita can barely process what she's just heard: her parents are dead. She screams and weeps and embraces Punky, knowing that he's all she has left of a family. She realizes then that Punky needs her to be strong: she's all he has left, too. Whittlin' Walt says that Uncle Bert and Aunt Queenie are on their way to pick them up. In the meantime, Whittlin' Walt will take them to his house to wait. When Bert and Queenie arrive, Walt stops Delrita on her way to the car. He hands her a package, saying it might mean something to her someday. Delrita can't even bring herself to open it. The drive home seems endless. Even though Aunt Queenie has packed pillows and blankets, Delrita can't sleep. All she sees when she closes...

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