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The Man Without a Face Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 10 Summary

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Chapter 10 Summary

One day it was all over. It was a Sunday but Charles had lost track of what day it was. He had been spending his Saturdays with McLeod, not working but swimming and hiking. Richard got used to him and allowed Charles to ride him a few times. When Charles came in the house, he found McLeod dressed in a suit and tie. It was Sunday, he told Charles, and he was going to church. On a sudden impulse, Charles asked to go with him. Mickey would not allow McLeod to drive off until he got in the car, too. McLeod said he had found Mickey on the side of the road. Someone had discarded him with two broken legs. He was a puppy, about three months old. How could anyone do that, Charles wondered.

During the church service, Charles got inexplicably dizzy and had to rush...

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