The Owl Service - Chapter 4-5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4-5 Summary

The next day, in Chapters Four and Five the mystery surrounding the plates and the stone by the river deepens as the children start to experience even more strange happenings amidst the antagonising attitudes of their respective parents.

The day starts with Gwyn talking to Roger, who is telling his friend how last night he heard Alison having a bad dream. He went in to check on her and heard the same scratching that Gwyn heard the day before; but this time it seemed to be everywhere, above the girl's bed and behind the walls. Gwyn asks if it could have been rats but Roger replies that if it was, they must have been very big rats...

Roger tells Gwyn that Alison swears that she did not switch the plate that she gave to Nancy, and so that must mean that...

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