The Man Without a Face - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

Charles was angry and his feelings were hurt. When McLeod didn't return, Charles cut out early. He went to the harbor and took a dinghy to the cove. When he turned into the cove he was greeted by a bunch of the local boys. The smell of pot was heavy in the air. Pete Minton asked him how his studying was going and Tommy Klein asked how the guy without a face was doing. They all knew! They had spotted him and followed him a couple of times. Charles didn't want to smoke any pot but the other boys pushed him to. After smoking more of the pot than he planned to, he told the other boys about McLeod's accident - that he'd been drunk and that a boy had been burned to death. Charles figured he must have passed out after that...

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