The Owl Service - Chapter 15-16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15-16 Summary

In Chapters Fifteen and Sixteen we see a miniature breakthrough as Gwyn finally manages to confront Alison about what she is experiencing, and Gwyn learns a little more about the mysterious Mr. Bertram, and his connection with his mother, Nancy.

Chapter Fifteen starts with Alison seeing Gwyn walking off with the barrow of render and pebble dash through her window, before stopping and looking into the pool. Alison thinks that he can see her reflection in the water, and suddenly feels empathy for him.

Meanwhile, that evening while the English family have their dinner Nancy has a chance to talk to her son Gwyn. They sit in the parlor while Gwyn plies her with cigarettes and niceties. His mother Nancy starts to complain about the family that they are working for, that Clive in particular is ignorant and shouldn't be treating...

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