The Man Without a Face - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

The next day, Charles was still thinking about the Grouch. His mother scolded him for having his cat, Moxie, in his room the night before. His mother was allergic to cat hair. Gloria chimed in and sided with their mother. One way Charles could always get to Gloria was to remind her about the latest boyfriend who dumped her. Charles went to the harbor and roamed around for a few hours. He got to thinking about living another four years in the family's five-bedroom apartment in New York and decided to try to look Justin McLeod up. As he walked up the hill to Justin's house, he recalled all the theories about him. He lived with a carnivorous dog that could devour children. He received parcels and letters from a publishing house in New York which gave rise to the rumor that he...

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