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The Turner House - Week Three - Spring 2008: Enter Doubt and Corned Beef and Cabbage Summary & Analysis

Angela Flournoy
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Charles finally finds the nerve to get out of bed after the sun came up and the haint had disappeared. He can’t help but wonder if he’d misinterpreted the haint from the beginning. Perhaps it wasn’t a threatening entity after all. He’d researched haints on line the night before and had a pile of personal accounts that were similar to his that he wanted to take to Alice. Since Tina isn’t home to talk to, Charles goes into his mother’s room and wakes her and tells her that he’s seen the spirit again. At first she denies any knowledge of it, and then reminds him of what his father had told him years earlier – there were no haints in Detroit. In fact, she tells him, his father...

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