The Owl Service - Chapter 11-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11-12 Summary

Chapter Eleven and Twelve largely centers around the actions of Gwyn and Alison over the course of that night, as Gwyn attempts to stop Alison from making any more of the paper Owls, and he finally understands what is happening within the valley.

That night, in Chapter Eleven, after going to bed Gwyn sneaks out of the house and waits in the darkness under the trees for what he knows is about to happen. He watches the windows of the house as, one by one the lights go off - all save one (Alison's). He waits as he watches a torchlight cautiously move through the house, taking over an hour to get to the back door and there follows her as the girl steals through the night towards the woods.

Concentrating on following her, Gwyn keeps the occasional light of her...

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