The Man Without a Face - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

McLeod apologized to Charles for being so rude. He had closed himself off from the world. He had just told Charles not to run away from people and things and here he had done the same thing. Charles felt embarrassed and wanted to press on with his lessons. At home, Charles' mother was caught up in wedding plans. She and Barry were courting Gloria, trying to get her on board with the marriage. Meg stopped her early morning visits. She was into the wedding and the prospect of having a father. Charles started to think that Barry was smarter than he thought he was.

Charles still wanted to have a friendship with McLeod but he got conflicting signals from him. Sometimes he seemed open to building a relationship at other times the door was slammed shut. One day, McLeod decided that Charles wasn't...

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