The Man Without a Face - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

Charles passes the second exam and is accepted at St. Matthews. His mother and Barry get married while apartment hunting in New York. Initially Charles is engulfed in school work and does not give McLeod much thought. But as the semester wears on, thoughts of McLeod come rushing back to him. He has to see him and apologizes for the way that they parted. He hitches a ride back and to his astonishment, McLeod is gone. He goes inside and finds out that the electricity had been shut off. He opens one of the Terence Blake books and finds a note to him from McLeod.

McLeod writes that he is grateful for the friendship and love that they share. He tells Charles to forgive his father because he has done his best. Most of all, he tells him, forgive yourself. He tells Charles...

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